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Prior to the release of the 2016 Autumn budget let's remind the new Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond of what he said as an MP

“A taxpayer is entitled to know with certainty – be it an individual or a multinational corporation – what he may or may not do in planning his tax affairs. He is entitled to expect that his treatment be laid down in statute, not determined by administrative fiat; he is entitled to expect that another taxpayer in similar circumstances will receive treatment similar to his; and he is entitled to be protected from retrospective or retroactive legislation.”

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The Government’s tax changes for UK landlords, announced in this summer’s Budget, will significantly eat into landlords’ profits and, in many cases, will wipe them out completely.

 

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The Chancellor will have upset many buy-to-let landlords with his announcement that from April 2017 tax relief on mortgage costs is to be restricted to the basic rate of tax. Landlords of residential properties have benefited from tax relief on finance charges, such as mortgage interest for many years. The mortgage tax relief for homeowners was withdrawn 15 years ago.

In a recent report, the Bank of England was clear that the huge growth of buy to let mortgages could adversely affect the UK economy. The drive for these mortgages is being partly driven by the new pension freedoms and the current low interest rate environment.

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Posted by on in Taxation

The Chancellor will have upset many buy-to-let landlords with his announcement that from April 2017 tax relief on mortgage costs is to be restricted to the basic rate of tax. Landlords of residential properties have benefited from tax relief on finance charges, such as mortgage interest for many years. The mortgage tax relief for homeowners was withdrawn 15 years ago.

In a recent report, the Bank of England was clear that the huge growth of buy to let mortgages could adversely affect the UK economy. The drive for these mortgages is being partly driven by the new pension freedoms and the current low interest rate environment.

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Thursday, 5 March 2015

 

Welcome to the Exceed monthly newsletter.

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