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HMRC want to sell tax details to private sector companies

HMRC want to sell tax details to private sector companies

HMRC Want To Share Your Data With Private Companies …For A Fee, Of Course

New proposals could see HMRC sharing personal tax data with private sector companies, if the plans being considered by Her Majesties Revenue & Customs (HMRC) come to fruition.

If the proposal gets the go-ahead from the Government it would allow HMRC to lease  tax data to third party companies including private firms, researchers and even public bodies, earning them a nice amount of additional revenue.

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A Life Less Taxing For Landlords

A Life Less Taxing For Landlords

HMRC Issue Landlord Warning

With the new tax year already here the HMRC have repeated the warning that they are cracking down on tax evasion by UK private rented sector landlords,

All PRS landlords who own residential rental properties are being advised to register for self assessment, if they haven’t done so already.

The self assessment annual tax return covers the period up to the 5th April each year, and needs to be filed online by no later than the following 31st January.

In order to calculate the tax owed by a landlord, the rental income must be added to any other taxable income that the landlord may earn, including wages from employment. The rate of income tax that HMRC will charge will depend on the landlord’s total income for the tax year.

There are a number of expenses that landlords can offset against their tax liability for rental income, including;

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Tax Year Deadline is 31st January 2013

Tax Return Deadline Looms For LandlordsDespite all the awareness campaigns and TV advertising, Her Majesties Revenue & Customs (HMRC) repeatedly attempt to tell us that completing a self assessment tax return doesn’t have to be taxing!

However, as anyone who has ever completed a self assessment tax return will tell you, the evaluation of personal income for the tax year and the amount of time needed to complete a self-assessment form, either on paper or online can be very considerable.

When managing a single property or declaring a growing rental property portfolio, it can be hard work to set aside the time needed to tick all the right boxes.

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