Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Give your landlord a nice April’s Fool: report him to HMRC!!

HMRC targets undeclared buy-to-let income

Onshore, nearshore, offshore, inpat, expat? Who cares? Just report your landlord to HRMC today! https://www.taxevasionhotline.co.uk/

Posted by confused76 @ 05:40 PM (762 views)
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5 thoughts on “Give your landlord a nice April’s Fool: report him to HMRC!!

  • Only problem is that if their rent is less than their mortgage interest, and in a lot of cases it is, then there won’t be any tax to pay anyway.

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  • Can we have this link as a permanent fixture on the homepage webmaster?

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  • voiceofreason says:

    Bad karma on that one.

    Maybe there is an automated way the HMRC can do this. Maybe data mine stamp duty payments.
    If a person has paid stamp duty more than say once over a 2 year period. Chances are he/she is a BTL landlord….

    Could do something with the Land Reg database to I am sure.
    Ah but the have probably lost the CD.

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  • Pooingmyself says:

    Any one or any organization that encourages SNITCHING is evil, Nazi or a communist. Just think of what happened in those regimes if you were questioned. Our beautiful country and it’s beliefs are already under attack, lets not slide further. When the common man tried being a stock market trader most lost out, the same is happening to BTL, just let nature take it’s course

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  • Confused76, be careful what advice you are giving to people please. It is an Inland Revenue requirement of tennants of ex-pat landlords that the tennant deducts tax from the rent. The Revenue hold the tennant accountable for unpaid tax on the property. This seems unfair to say the least but these are the rules. You are encouraging tennants to shop ex-pat landlords when some of them may find it blows up in their face when they face bills of thousands of pounds on behalf of their landlord.

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