Landlords Accounts & Tax

If you have a property that you rent out, then you will need to complete an annual self-assessment tax return and include the rental property pages. 

Whilst having a rental property can be a great investment, dealing with the rental property accounting and dealing with your self-assessment tax return can be very stressful.

 

What you need to do if you are a landlord

If you have a property that you rent out, then you will need to complete an annual self-assessment tax return and include the rental property pages. 

Whilst having a rental property can be a great investment, dealing with the rental property accounting and dealing with your self-assessment tax return can be very stressful. 

How can Zebra help you?

We deal with many landlords every year, helping them with

  • Rental property accounts
  • What expenses they can claim
  • Property tax advice

Why not get in touch today and let us act as your rental property accountants.

 

Not yet registered for self-assessment?

If you are a landlord and have not yet registered for self-assessment, please follow the instructions on our Personal Tax service page

If you have sold a property, don’t forget you may need to file a Capital Gains Tax form within 60 days, find out if you need to file on the CGT 60 Day Form page

Fees

You will need a basic self-assessment tax return, and then a set of rental pages for each property that you rent out.

We charge:

  • £500 + VAT for the basic self-assessment tax return with 1 rental property
  • £75 + VAT for each additional property

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