Most Asked Questions by Portfolio Landlords during COVID 19

We hosted an online client event with many landlords seeking clarity about what help is available to them during COVID 19 and what they should be doing to protect their future. The Question and Answer session proved to be an invaluable part of the event. Here we share the most asked questions: –

The Impact of the Covid-19 Crisis on Landlords’ Tax Bills

The government are allowing all landlords who made a tax Payment on Account in January 2020 to kick the can down the road, with the option for an interest free deferral for your second 19/20 tax year payment. The payment due by July 31st 2020 can be pushed back until January 31st 2021. This is an especially welcomed move by the government whilst cash-flow is tight, but it does mean landlords may need to plan further into the future than they might normally do.

Options for the Self Employed during COVID 19

“Am I eligible for the self employment grant and how can I apply?”

Are you eligible and how much you can claim to cover wages for employees on temporary leave (“furlough”) due to coronavirus (COVID-19).

If you’re an employer whose operations have been affected by COVID19 then you may want to consider accessing the Government’s Job Retention Scheme.  

Covid-19 – What’s happening in the Property Market? Predictions and Practical Guidance on the position of each Lender including how their criteria has changed and who is willing to do AVM/Driveby valuations.

We asked one of our in-house financial advisors to summarise his expert opinion on what is happening in the property market right now and how this might impact how we do things in the future.

The Impact of the Covid-19 Crisis on Landlords’ Tax Bills

The Impact of the Covid-19 Crisis on Landlords’ Tax Bills

The government are allowing all landlords who made a tax Payment on Account in January 2020 to kick the can down the road, with the option for an interest free deferral for your second 19/20 tax year payment. The payment due by July 31st 2020 can be pushed back until January 31st 2021. This is an especially welcomed move by the government whilst cash-flow is tight, but it does mean landlords may need to plan further into the future than they might normally do.

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