When you decide to rent out a property you have a responsibility to yourself and the tenant to have in place a tenancy agreement which sets out you the “land lord” and the tennant, stating the terms of the agreement.
When you declare your rental income on your personal self assessment tax return you are required by the rules of H M Revenue & Customs to declare the rent received as per the agreement and not just the rent received in the tax year. For further insight and information on this you are welcome to contact me.
So, why choose me, Jane Cooper ? That’s simple, because I am an expert in Self assessment and because of my back ground, experience, and knowledge.
Thirty years ago, I worked for H M Revenue & Customs, until the self assessment program was launched in 1995. At that time, I had acquired my training in self assessment just as the program went live to the public. I was head hunted by an accountant for his private practice.
In that, I set up a self assessment program from scratch, with 13years tax returns filed without penalties due to firm, whilst, I developed and maintained strong client relationships. Through out that time, I set up simple systems that worked, met the needs of the owner, HM Revenue & Customs, but more importantly, the needs of the clients.