‘Reluctant landlords’ need help

One thing they all have in common is not realising the implications of the rules for taxing rental properties

25th October, 2015

One of the effects of the economic downturn has been the creation of ‘reluctant landlords’ around the country.

After failing to address the issue in Budget 2016, the government should include a special tax relief in its pending package of property sector reforms for homeowners who have rented out their ‘negative equity’ homes.

Thousands of couples purchased an apartment during the boom years with the intention of moving to a larger home...

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