Tag: Property Tax

Let Property Campaign – 2021 tax year now included!

HMRC’s Let Property Campaign now covers up to the year ended 5th April 2021. With the year end passing you can now declare all of your previous rental income through the amnesty up to the 2021 tax year. The campaign allows landlords to declare up to 20 years of undeclared property income. Penalties will often…
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Let Property Campaign – Have you had a HMRC rejection letter? Don’t panic!

Hi there, my name is Michele Marsland of Marslands Accountants and we deal a lot with the Let Property Campaign and my question today is should we accept or should we reject? Dealing with HMRC on a regular basis like we do with the let property campaign, you see a lot of things going on.…
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Let Property Campaign – Mistakes that lead to enquiries

I’m wondering if you’re like Cindy. Are you a landlord who hasn’t declared their rental property for whatever reason? There are lots of reasons as to why landlords have not declared their rental properties and does Cindy sound just like you? Cindy’s a lady who came to us two years ago now and she had…
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How Marslands Accountants can help with the Let Property Campaign

Hi there my name is Michele Marsland, I run Marslands Accountants in Plymouth in Devon and we specialise in the Let Property Campaign and we help landlords across the world not just in the UK but help them with the let property campaign so the top three reasons for using Marslands Accountants: Number one has…
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Why Marslands Accountants Specialise in the Let Property Campaign?

Michele Marsland is the owner of Marslands Accountants Ltd and has been for many a year now and one of the things I help landlords do is come clean to HMRC under the Let Property Campaign. This is an amnesty that was brought about 8 years ago now by HMRC to help landlords who haven’t…
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The Let Property Campaign

The Let Property campaign is a HMRC amnesty which allows landlords to “come clean” in disclosing their rental income and get their taxes up to date.  On the 22nd July 2021 shadow equalities minister, Charlotte Nichols asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury Jesse Norman if HMRC would be given further resources to pursue these ‘missing’ landlords rather than rely…
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