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Welcome - Tax is an increasingly complex area and it is essential that landlords seek advice from a specialist taxation and accountancy advisor. This will ensure a strategy is devised which best suits your individual needs. View our introduction...

Landlords: declare your tax now

The government has announced an unprecedented amnesty for taxpayers as it seeks to recover billions of pounds in unpaid tax. Up until 22 June 2007 penalties for failing to declare and pay tax will be capped at 10%.

Although the scheme is aimed at about 3m people with offshore bank accounts, all taxpayers can take advantage.

How will the amnesty work?

Landlords have until 22 June 2007 to register an intention with Revenue & Customs to declare any tax owed on previously undeclared rental income. You will still face penalties for failing to declare the income or gains you should have on time, but the maximum penalty will be capped at 10% of the tax you owe. Normally fines can be up to 100%.

There is no penalty if the income or gains you have failed to declare are less than £2,500, but you still need to disclose it and will have to pay the tax you owe plus interest, as usual.

How do I make a declaration?

Landlords should inform their local tax office that they wish to make a disclosure of previously undeclared rental income.

As long as you make a disclosure and payment within the deadlines you “can expect the same treatment” as offshore savers – in other words, the same reduced penalty.

What about making a payment?

You must make full payment of the tax owed, plus interest and penalties, by November 26 or the penalty may increase.

If you don’t expect to have the money in time you should call the Revenue on 0845 366 1202 as soon as possible.

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This Essential Guide for Landlords is a must for any Landlord worried about their Tax Liabilities! - and for those that are not - you should be!

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