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Changes to Capital Allowances

Are you buying a property that you can claim capital allowances for? Have you sold a property that you have claimed capital allowances for? What are capital allowances? Capital allowances are allowances for plant and machinery in a building. The building normally constitutes items such as: equipment machinery business vehicles, eg cars, vans or lorries […]

Using Capital Allowances To Reduce Your Employment Income (PAYE)

By Simon Misiewicz Are you paying tax on your employment? Are you going to be paying even more tax once your property is rented? Why? The problem — paying tax on your employment income Before you have bought and rented out a property you would have already paid tax on your employment. If you are buying […]

Tax Free Property Investing

Posted by Simon Misiewicz on 2nd April 2014 Is it possible to go through life without the pain of tax? Is there a magic wand to take tax away for good? The Diagnosis Tax issues need to be diagnosed in order for a remedy to be implemented. I feel that this article will get a […]

Top 5 Key Performance Indicators for Property Investors

Posted by Simon Misiewicz on 2nd April 2014 Would you drive a car if it had no speedometer or fuel gauge? Would you spend money if you did not know your bank balance? The Diagnosis I believe that people are working very hard in their daily lives and in their businesses to make more money […]

Selling, transferring properties and Tax Planning – Part 4 of 5

Posted by Simon Misiewicz on 18th September 2013 Selling, transferring properties and Tax Planning – Part 4 of 5 Are you looking to sell properties in the future? Are you thinking about passing your property onto a loved one? Selling Properties As A One Off & Capital Gains Tax (CGT) Selling properties as a trade […]

Selling, transferring properties and Tax Planning – Part 3 of 5

Posted by Simon Misiewicz on 11th September 2013 Are you looking to sell properties in the future? Are you thinking about passing your property onto a loved one? Here are the 5 keys to Asset planning Selling Properties As A One Off & Capital Gains Tax (CGT) Selling properties as a trade (Income tax V […]

Wear and Tear Allowance On Furnished Property – Are You Reducing Your Tax Correctly?

Posted by Simon Misiewicz on 9th July 2013 Do you rent out furnished properties? Are you claiming for wear and tear allowance? As many of you will be aware that residential property owners are unable to put through capital allowances on the following expenditure (2): Fixtures and fittings Furniture White goods Televisions, videos, WIFI equipment […]

HMRC 2013 Changes to Capital Allowances – How Does It Affect You?

Posted by Simon Misiewicz on 8th July 2013 Do you buy properties that need refurbishment works? Would you like to use the latest know how to reduce your tax bill through capital allowances? There are many people that are buying properties as an investment. There are many landlords and property investors that have accountants. The […]

Wear And Tear Allowance On Furnished Rental Properties

Posted by Simon Misiewicz on 24th May 2013 Do you make a taxable profit from your residential income? Do you have any properties that are furnished? There are many landlords and property investors that are doing their own self assessment. As a result many of them are paying more tax than they actually need to. […]

Using Capital Allowances To Reduce Your Tax Bill

Posted by Simon Misiewicz on 24th May 2013 Do you make a taxable profit from your residential income? Do you undertake any major refurbishment works? There are many landlords and property investors who are doing their own self assessment. As a result many of them are paying more tax than they actually need to.  If […]





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