Landlord Accounting Services

If you’re a landlord in the UK that rents out your property, you must declare this to HMRC. Even if you aren’t making a profit, or if you’re spending it all on improving your property, you do still need to tell the tax man each year. You’ll also need to declare any other sources income, whether that’s a regular job or through self-employment.

Accounting can be a time consuming process, and as a landlord you’ll understand that time is money, which is why we offer comprehensive accounting services specifically for landlords. Whether you own one property or multiple, it’s easy to get caught out with the ever-changing legislation, so let us handle the paperwork so you can focus on your portfolio.

WHY USE DEAD SIMPLE ACCOUNTING?

We provide landlord accountant services to people all over the world. Helping our landlords through the entire process is what we do best; from registering, to advising on tax allowable expenses and preparing & submitting their tax returns. We can advise on further expenses for your tax return and minimise your tax liability.

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WHAT EXPENSES CAN I CLAIM AS A LANDLORD?

Our team of qualified accountants can guide you through all the different expenses that you can include on the tax return, so that you can save tax. We’ve listed below some of the most common expenses for landlords:

  • Mortgage interest (not the capital repayment element)
  • Accountancy fees
  • Advertising
  • Building Insurance
  • Cleaning costs
  • Council Tax
  • Estate Agent fees
  • Gardening
  • Ground Rent
  • Landlord Insurance
  • Legal fees
  • Repairs and Maintenance
  • Service charges
  • Travel costs
  • Utility bills e.g. water, gas and electricity

As with anything tax related, it’s vital that you keep hold of paperwork related to any of the above expenses.

Need Some Further Help?

If you have any further questions or would us to help with your tax needs, get in touch with us today.

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