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Property Tax Tips for Accountants
As an asset, property attracts a uniquely complex interaction of taxes.
Often there are multiple stakeholders and with a wealth of structuring vehicles ranging from partnerships, corporates, unit trusts all the way through to REITs and PAIFs, it can be daunting determining which structure will work best for you and your clients.
Property Tax Tips for Accountants gives you everything you need to ensure you are giving the best possible advice to your clients and organisations.
The Tax Tips for Accountants series is a unique collection of CPD courses designed to give Accountants what they need to know about Tax, to help their organisation and their clients.
Instead of having to wade through a mire of technical tax detail, these courses get straight to the nub of the questions that accountants need to answer and pitfalls to be avoided.
The series has been designed by Tax Specialists, Gabelle, and is based on the most frequently asked questions on their accountants’ helpline.
Understanding Property Tax Tips for Accountants
enables the learner to:
• Discuss with your clients the nuances in tax
• Recognise and avoid the traps that can deny or restrict Principal Private Residence
• Understand the main issues involved with property disposals
• Learn the important elements which determine the tax position of a property
• Look at the new tax provisions of ATED covering the SDLT, annual charging and capital gains arising
• Identify common problems relating to VAT recovery, change of intentions and TOGCs
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“The course covered a wide range of topics around property tax, which i can see applying to my client cases.”
“I like the principle private residence rule, which is importance to be aware of as many of my client are second homeowners.”
“Good questions got me thinking.”
“Good searching questions.”
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Learning outcomes of Property Tax Tips for Accountants
Principal Private Residence (PPR)
• PPR with more than one property
• Rental periods
• Periods of absence
• Residence owned by trustees
• Matrimonial split
• Entrepreneurs’ relief
• Working from home – relief for costs incurred
• Extension of leases
• Property investment vs property development
• Interest relief
• Furnished Holiday Lettings (FHL)
• Capital allowances
• Appropriation from stock
• Relief for rental property losses
• Business property relief – 100% relief
• Business property relief – 50% relief
• 15% SDLT charge
• Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED)
• High value disposals of residential property
• DIY House Builders and Converters Scheme
• New residential properties and input tax issues
• Transfer of Going Concern (TOGC) including properties
Target audience for Property Tax Tips for Accountants
This course is designed to appeal to accounting professionals at all levels in practice and industry looking to better understand tax for their clients or organisation.
About the author of Property Tax Tips for Accountants
Gabelle LLP are an award winning, independent team of tax experts who provide comprehensive tax advice.
For many years Gabelle have been providing accountants, and other industry professionals, support with technical tax know-how and practical experience.
The Tax Tips for Accountants series is a unique collection of CPD courses designed to give Accountants what they need to know about Tax.
These courses get straight to the nub of the questions that accountants need to answer and pitfalls to be avoided.
The series has been designed by Gabelle, and is based on the most frequently asked questions on their accountants’ helpline.
Learners take their own route through the topics covered in the course. They will learn at their own pace through a variety of activities designed to accommodate a range of learning styles.
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