For many British residents and expats, owning a UK property is an important milestone. As well as ensuring a foot on the UK property ladder, having a home in the UK can mean you can view it as an investment opportunity, especially if you plan to let it over the short or long-term.
If you have a UK property that you’re already letting out, or want to take advantage of the current Stamp Duty holiday and purchase a buy-to-let as an investment, you might be keen to understand the tax implications of doing so.
Our recent webinar looked at some of the key financial considerations for UK residents and those living overseas, when buying and letting out property in the UK. Peter Webb, our Head of Tax Advisory, was joined by Tristan Davies, Associate Director at SPF Private Clients, to explore some of the current UK property market trends and what it’s important to know when letting a property.
The webinar also included some of the latest rates, fees and mechanics of buy-to-let mortgages, and whether it’s possible to save tax by using a company structure.Watch