An overview of taxation of property as it pertains to small businesses in the UK, determined by the Income Tax (Trading and Other Income) Act 2005. This chapter has sections on the basis of assessment, relief for capital expenditure, losses, and furnished holiday lettings (FHLs).
Capital allowances on plant and machinery
An outline of allowances for small businesses provided under the Capital Allowances Act 2001. This chapter covers business premises renovation allowance, qualifying expenditure, qualifying building, and other relevant matters.
This chapter shows how a UK taxpayer's property income is calculated, with reference to the Income Tax (Trading and Other Income) Act 2005. It explains how property income is defined, allowable expenditure, capital expenditure, losses, less premiums, and furnished holiday lettings. The calculations are illustrated with examples.
Brief chapter introducing the taxation of property income, with subsections on lease premiums, the kinds of expenditures which are tax deductible, relief for certain capital expenditures, loss relief, and furnished holiday lettings.
A short note explaining how to calculate lease premiums under property tax.
A short overview of stamp duty land tax (SDLT) payable on UK land transactions, with a brief note on stamp duty reserve tax (SDRT).
UK tax system: an introduction, The (3rd edition)
Guide to the UK tax system for tax practitioners and students.
Transfer of a business as a going concern (TOGC)
The transfer of a business as a going concern is relevant to occupiers and investors. The provisions for TOGC mean that no VAT needs to be charged on the value of the assets; this system can also reduce the stamp duty and land tax (SDLT) bill.
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