HMRC targeting landlords with buy-to-let companies

Posted: 23/11/2023

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HMRC has launched its latest campaign on landlords with properties held in incorporated businesses. In particular, HMRC are looking for landlords that incorporated their buy-to-let businesses but declared no personal capital gains tax (CGT) which may be due on property transfers. In such cases, the transfer will come under CGT rules as a landlord effectively sells his or her property to the limited company, regardless of whether or not they own that company. Such capital "disposals" must be declared via self-assessment. Landlords who are now directors in their own company must also declare that information on their self-assessment return, along with any salary and of course, dividends. There is no escape from the taxman!

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