Landlords relieved as buy-to-let avoids becoming a Budget 'whipping boy' again, but tax breaks for longer-term tenancies fail to arrive



Landlords breathed a sigh of relief as fears of another Budget tax raid proved unfounded - with the only buy-to-let reference a pledge to look into longer-term tenancies.
Rather than announce more punitive tax measures, Philip Hammond revealed government plans to review whether landlords should be offered 'incentives' to give tenants the option to lock in to tenancy agreements for more than 12 months - but he failed to be specific about what form these could take.
Tim Walford-Fitzgerald, private client tax partner at the chartered accountants HW Fisher & Company, said: 'Buy-to-let... read more

 
22 November 2017 in Business, Views: 51
Source: Daily Mail
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