How much buy-to-let tax will you pay?

Many buy-to-let investors have been left wondering how exactly they will be affected by the new tax changes. Will your investments even be profitable? And is there a way to become more tax efficient?

The answer is right here. Fill in the details of your property portfolio and see how your portfolio could be impacted. Then compare this with investments made through a limited company, known as a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV).

Please remember that Property Partner does not provide tax advice, and this calculation is for illustrative purposes only. Tax treatment depends on your individual circumstances and may be subject to change in the future.

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Income Tax Analysis

Current Tax Regime

£3,375

Net income

2.11% Yield

Gross Rent Per Annum 16500

Net Rental Income 12375

Mortgage (6750)

Net Profit 5625

Personal Taxation (2250)

Net income

SPV Tax Structure

£3,375

Net income

2.11% Yield

Gross Rent Per Annum 16500

Net Rental Income 12375

Mortgage (6750)

Profit 5625

Corporation Tax 18% 5625

Net profit (2250)

Personal Taxation (2250)

Net income

All properties are held in the more tax efficient 'SPV' structure on Property Partner, and anyone can invest with as much as they like. Click below to find out more:

The calculations in the above buy-to-let budget calculator are based on the following assumptions:

  • Stamp Duty Land Tax is in line with the current tax legislation, as at the date this buy-to-let calculator was published
  • Net rental income is after estimated annual property costs, which other than interest payments and corporation tax, are 25% of gross rental income
  • Mortgage payments are interest only
  • Includes the full impact of tax changes announced in the 2015 UK summer budget, which will be effective as of the UK fiscal year commencing 2020
  • The £5,000 dividend tax allowance is allocated to the property investments entered in the buy-to-let budget calculator - applicable for investments through UK limited companies (i.e. SPVs)
  • Excludes Property Partner fees
  • This calculation assumes that you have not used any of your dividend tax allowance for other investments

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