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  • Rent 2 Rent Tax Return
    by dhoops97
    Hi,

    I'm currently receiving the rental income for my dads properties. I'm currently fully managing the properties for him and the tenants are paying the rent into my account. Once I receive the rent, I pay my dad a fixed amount and I keep the rest. Is this legal? And if so, do I pay tax...
    03-08-2021, 14:24 PM
  • Reply to Rent 2 Rent Tax Return
    by jpkeates
    It's legal.

    If you're named as the landlord on the tenancy agreements, your business is rent to rent.
    The amount you pay your father is a business expense, so you'll end up paying tax on the profit, but you need to declare the full amount as income and the payment to your father as...
    03-08-2021, 14:44 PM
  • HMRC Section 36 notice
    by KILOCHARLIE
    Wondering if anyone has any experience with one of these please?

    I received a letter from HMRC a few months ago stating they were investigating my property affairs. I was told I could provide documentation regarding it to help but if I didn’t wish then they would complete the check on...
    02-08-2021, 08:50 AM
  • Reply to HMRC Section 36 notice
    by Neelix
    If you were unemployed and receiving benefits and didn’t tell them you may need to brace yourself for contact from the DWP too...
    03-08-2021, 10:01 AM
  • Advice for DoT 100/0 or 99/1 is there a beneficial difference?
    by spikeg33
    I would appreciate some advice on getting our one rental property transferred into my beneficial interest as I have recently retired and now have the whole of my tax allowance to use against the rental income. I have researched and researched but would like some clarification about what to do . At present...
    02-08-2021, 14:07 PM
  • Reply to Advice for DoT 100/0 or 99/1 is there a beneficial difference?
    by spikeg33
    I know it’s 1% difference but was really asking what the legal implications are of either transferring it into 100/0 or 99/1. I’m not an expert in this field in any way shape or form and am merely asking for advice....
    03-08-2021, 09:10 AM
  • Reply to Advice for DoT 100/0 or 99/1 is there a beneficial difference?
    by theartfullodger
    Difference between 100:0 & 99:1?? 1%.
    03-08-2021, 09:02 AM
  • Reply to Advice for DoT 100/0 or 99/1 is there a beneficial difference?
    by spikeg33
    Thank you jpkeates for your advice. I will now proceed with 99/1 and happy that you have clarified the situation for me....
    03-08-2021, 08:51 AM
  • Reply to HMRC Section 36 notice
    by Section20z
    In your shoes I think I would be asking for a personal interview (maybe on Zoom these days) so you can find out exactly what they require. In my experience I have always found them reasonable and helpful and you can always ask for a supportive friend to also be present if you're nervous.
    Council...
    03-08-2021, 08:06 AM
  • Reply to HMRC Section 36 notice
    by Gordon999
    It may help if your doctor can give you a medical letter stating approx date when you had a breakdown and suffered some memory loss.

    If your job income is below the personal allowance level each year during last 6 years , you are not owing unpaid tax .
    02-08-2021, 20:02 PM
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