As a landlord, finding an accountant for buy to let investment is critical. Landlords invest in property as a means of generating more income or capital growth for the future, it should be fully appreciated that with this comes tax issues that must be dealt with correctly and on time.
Most landlords involved in buy to let are very cashflow conscious, so the tax liabilities must be kept to a minimum.
- How Much Tax will I pay on my investment properties?
- How do I manage the paperwork?
- How Much Tax will I pay if I sell my buy portfolio?
- Should I buy an investment property in my sole name, with my partner or as a limited company?
It is perceived that most landlords are considered to be very financially secure. This can be the situation for some but for others this may not be the case. The difference may well be the accountant that they use to look after their financial affairs relating to their investment property. As well as managing their property portfolios, many landlords are also employed in mainstream employment so they may not have the time available to do their own accounts for their buy to let properties. FWD can ensure all their tax liabilities are met and properly accounted for; plus we can can answer any questions relating to tax issues on their overseas properties.
If you are interested in our landlord services then please contact FWD.