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    Tax Accountant- how to find one

    Hello dear forum members

    Would anyone be able to provide some directions please as where to begin - what's the best way, what to look for in finding a very good and helpful tax accountant for a BTL property. ?

    Many thanks in advance
    Summer

    #2
    I found mine through their advert in the link below.

    https://www.landlordzone.co.uk/suppl...ounts-taxation

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      #3
      If your property is let and managed by a professional letting agent and you get 12 monthly statements, you may be able to complete the annual tax return for rental income and expenses yourself. If you feel this tax return is stressful , your letting agent may recommend someone offering such service

      If you are in a complicated tax situation and require face to face meeting with a tax accountant , you should look for a VAT & bookkeeping service shop which are usually located in shopping parade situated in outer parts of town ( not in town centre where rents are higher ).

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        #4
        Many thanks for your advice and for taking the time to reply. I am in a bit of a complicated tax issue, or I would have done this myself as have a business finance degree. I will look for a VAT accountant as you advice.

        Regards
        Summer

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          #5
          Originally posted by Mrs Mug View Post
          I found mine through their advert in the link below.

          https://www.landlordzone.co.uk/suppl...ounts-taxation
          Many thanks for this. Much appreciated.

          Regards
          Eda

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