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  1. Hi Jordan, From my reading of the book some years ago, I believe that the book reference is referring to the relief known as "HS340". Please see Self Assessment: additional information (SA101), Page 2 Box 5. I believe from Debbie's response she is probably referring to the same section of SA101. The following help sheet links may help but ultimately I would suggest you ask your accountant to confirm your situation. (Assuming as a ltd company owner this is something you either have already or will have by year end) https://assets.publishing.service.gov.u
  2. I believe I have replied to all that have outstanding queries. If I missed anyone - apologies and PM me to kick me into life. Cheers.
  3. Hi, I am in the process of buying a new build flat. I have exchanged contracts and I am about to complete. In the process of completing I find out that the service charge estimate has increased by over 40%. Having owned other flats, I know that service charges can vary year on year and I further understand that estimates can change. My issue is that the vast majority of the service charge increase is attributed to a change of scope in services (rather than estimation error that may be deemed acceptable). Furthermore I was not consulted (or even notified) about this unilateral
  4. Hi PandM, First caveat - just like you I am a landlord/property investor and not a qualified specialist. As a result, I cannot offer real guidance but I will share my experiences that are not too dissimilar. After this maybe google some of the key parts from my response to further research what is / is not allowed. 1) I assume you will transfer the legal title into Joint Names and hence add your wife to the mortgage? If not, I am not sure whether HMRC will allow you to transfer the a portion of beneficial ownership to your wife - you would need to consult a specialist if that
  5. Matt, Helen, Amustprop and Jules - I have PM'ed you with some details. I hope it if of help and good luck with your respective property businesses.
  6. Hi, Apologies to those I have not yet replied to, I have been a little consumed of late with the closing stages and preparations for letting of my first purchase that I made through RMP Property. I plan to send responses today but if I accidentally miss your request, please send me a message. To the question raised by Lindsay / TLC Properties about putting info into the public domain. Whilst I would be happy to state who I chose for my accountant (subject to first seeking his blessing) I do not think it would be fair to put a "review" of experiences out there. My experience is
  7. Chris & Carlos, sorry for the extreamly late response to your request. To be honest I lost track of the email notification and Lee’s note “woke me up”! I have just penned each of you a PM. Lee, I sent you a PM too. Cheers Dean
  8. Tom, Apologies for my delay in responding - been a little busy with my first purchase via RMP! If you still need details, please drop me a note and I will forward some of the details I sent to Rachel. Cheers Dean
  9. Hi Rachel, I did get a response from my post but it was just the one. Additionally to this and since a remote relationship did not bother me, I mailed some of the leads/recommendations I picked out from this forum. Some accountants did not respond but I did end up with 3 accountancy companies that I would have been happy to go with - all 3 were reasonably priced and each had it's own benefits. I have selected my accountant from these 3. I have sent you a PM with further details, rather than posting my views on here as I do not think it fair to paint a public pictu
  10. Hi all, Whilst not new to the BTL scene, this year I purchased my first property inside SPV / Ltd Company and as I approach the final quarter of the company accounting year, it is about time to find an accountant to take on the new area of end of year filing activities!! I would like to consider myself pretty savvy in general numbers and tax game having filed my personal SA returns for many years but the company accounts games is a whole new story that I am looking for help with. I would be happy to do my own double entry bookkeeping and provide my chosen accountant with acc
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