Accountancy for landlords

Number crunching
for landlords

Accounting for Landlords

If you’re a landlord with a portfolio of properties we’ve a range of packages to suit. We’ll prepare a tailor made proposal to fit your exact needs but here’s some examples below of what we charge.
Property tax is an area that HMRC are taking a great interest in – and there’s been a number of big changes in tax rules on rental properties over the last few years – so don’t risk getting it wrong. Our Property team is led by John – a chartered accountant with lots of experience dealing with landlord tax issues.

Essentials

From £45 plus VAT per month

A compliance only service for UK landlords with at least 5 properties who just need assistance at the end of the year in preparing their rental accounts and tax return.

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Enhanced

From £70 plus VAT per month

The perfect plan for busy UK landlords with at least 5 properties who don’t have the time to do their own bookkeeping and want to be able to pick up the phone or email us for advice without worrying about what it will cost.

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or chat with us now.

Esteemed

From £95 plus VAT per month

The premium package for UK landlords with at least 5 properties properties in the UK or abroad and an eye on minimising their exposure to both income and capital taxes.

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or chat with us now.

Discovery Call

The first step in working together with us is to book a 15 minute Discovery Call with one of our Client Coordinators to find out whether we'll be a good fit for you and your business.

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From the Blog

The Most Common Tax Mistakes

by John Mansley FCA

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What everybody with more than one property needs to know

by Jonathan Ford FCA

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