Property is a tricky game; if you’re not careful, you could spend way more than you expected on things like stamp duty land tax, the ATED and VAT. A solid holding structure and an expert eye on the portfolio can help to mitigate some of those headaches.
Whether your properties are commercial or residential, or for trading or investment purposes, we will look at your individual circumstances and create a scenario that considers the most appropriate holding structure for the property. We’ll also look at how to minimise capital taxes through applying reliefs such as principal private residence relief, entrepreneurs’ relief, incorporation relief, and business property relief. We’ll monitor the impact on the residential property market as new changes take effect and develop tax planning strategies for you that may help to mitigate the tax burden.
Capital allowances aren’t as cut-and-dried as you may think. For example, if you have purchased a second-hand commercial property, you may be able to claim capital allowances on existing fixtures within the property. Commercial property owners must be proactive in their capital allowance affairs; our experts can work with you to get the best deal.
SDLT is due on the purchase of property. Different rates apply depending on whether:
There is often little that can be done to minimise SDLT on transfer of property, however there is a lot that needs to be considered to ensure the correct amount has been paid.
If you hold a property through a company, collective investment scheme or partnership with corporate partners, and it is valued more than the ATED threshold, you may need to pay. We can advise on investing in or disposing of residential property, or assist with filing your ATED return.
The VAT risks associated with property transactions are high. We have a specialist team that can ensure:
Should your tax affairs come under HMRC scrutiny, and you have purchased our special tax investigation fee protection insurance, our fees will be completely covered no matter how lengthy or complicated the investigation process.
Get in touch for a chat about streamlining your property portfolio’s tax.
A Chartered Accountant and a Chartered Tax Advisor, Alan Craddock has 19 years of experience advising entrepreneurs’ and Directors’ on most areas of taxation, in corporate and private-client fields of expertise.
His career encompasses, amongst many, advice on profit extraction techniques, reconstructions and reorganisations, share schemes, Limited Liability Partnerships, and international structures for non-residents and foreign domiciliaries.
Alan has previously been a Partner at another top 20 practice, and is keen to support the tax practice of MHA MacIntryre Hudson with his technical expertise. He is also keen to focus on business development with a particular emphasis in presenting tax mitigation opportunities to new and existing clients alike.
Away from the office, Alan has a young family, and spends any free time absorbed in his passion of motorsports.Get in touch with Alan Craddock
Nigel was previously an HMRC Inspector and has worked in the Big 4 for 18 years before joining MHA MacIntyre Hudson in January 2017. His experience includes work on a range of employment tax matters for a range of major national and international businesses as well as SME and OMB businesses. This includes work primarily in the Automotive, Hospitality & Leisure, Logistics and Construction sectors.
Nigel has aided clients in managing employment tax risk and mitigating HMRC settlements, as well as spending a considerable amount of time designing, implementing and communicating arrangements to reduce employment tax cost. He has worked on a large number of car consulting projects, including the development and design of bespoke arrangements for clients, including ECOS, Salary sacrifice and Hybrid fleet arrangements. He is a member of the Association of Taxation Technicians.
Nigel spends his free time coaching junior female football, running his 3 children to after school activities. When he gets the chance, he likes to get out on his mountain bike and explore the ‘hidden’ trails in the local Wyre Forest.Get in touch with Nigel Morris
With over 25 years working in tax practice, Mike, a Chartered Tax Adviser, has gained a wealth of experience working with individuals, owner managed businesses and corporates from different sectors. This experience allows him to offer solutions and advice in a practical, easy to understand manner ensuring clients’ needs are met whilst protecting their interests. Mike has considerable experience dealing with HMRC, from regular compliance enquiries to ones dealt with under COP9 (fraud). Mike oversees the corporation tax team, in addition to presenting and advising clients on buy to let tax issues.Get in touch with Michael Blackledge
Patrick is a Tax Partner and Chairman of MHA MacIntyre Hudson's Tax Steering Group as well as our national associations Tax Strategy Group, leading a team of specialists to ensure clients have access to the very best in compliance services and tax mitigation solutions. Patrick's own specialisms are capital tax planning for individuals, corporate restructuring, remuneration planning, profit extraction/repatriation and increasingly, international matters. He also advises clients on the tax implications of buying and selling their business.
Patrick is a keen swimmer and occasional free diver,who still competes! He is an advocate of “anything worth doing, is worth doing well”.Get in touch with Patrick King
With MHA MacIntyre Hudson’s support, our business has been successfully since we started three years ago. Simon Burke - Dalbergia Group
SilverLining UK very highly recommends MHA MacIntyre Hudson for all your company’s financial accounting needs.Our corporation has worked with MHA MacIntyre Hudson for the last 4 years. They are truly the best at what they do.They continually provide timely and excellent service and go ‘above and beyond' for their client. Their knowledge, communication skills and professional qualifications are of the highest quality and standards. SilverLining UK - Construction Sector