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You need to send HMRC your 2020/21 Self Assessment tax return and pay any tax owed by 31 January 2022! However, due to coronavirus HMRC will waive late filing/payment penalties for tax returns submitted before midnight on 28 February 2022 if this is not possible. Interest will be payable from 1 February 2022 on any unpaid tax.
York Residential Landlords Association have again appointed leading landlord regulation expert David Smith from JMW Solicitors LLP in London to review City of York Council’s proposed Additional Licensing Scheme (second consultation).
The temporary measures brought in to ease the pressure on courts dealing with housing possession claims are to come to an end.
A key decision when starting a business is which legal structure do you choose when registering. The three most common options are sole trader, limited company and ordinary business partnership, although most people become a sole trader.
How much do you know about Making Tax Digital (MTD)? Well, if you’re a UK landlord you should know some basic facts, because MTD could affect you in the near future.
Changes to the mandatory right to rent checks which were introduced in response to the COVID-19 pandemic will now end on 05/04/2022, extended from 17/05/2021, 21/06/2021 and 31/08/2021. The government has confirmed further extension was made as it “supports landlords and letting agents, whilst we look to implement a long-term, post-pandemic solution.”
Today, 1st June 2021, sees the end of the evictions ban in England and the shortening of notice periods landlords need to give their tenants.
We know how difficult it can be to decide who to go to when managing your property. Our main aim is to help landlords in York, listen to their opinions, and generally make their jobs easier.
York Residential Landlords Association are now offering virtual events. Unable to hold our normal monthly presentation evenings in person, we are now offering virtual events over Zoom.
The last 12 months has changed the way in which we live and work