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Register a limited company as a landlord

Setting up a limited company for your rental property could save you a lot of money

The company becomes the official owner of the property, which means you don't have to pay income tax on the money you make from renting it.

Instead you’ll pay corporation tax (currently 25%). So if you fall into the 40% tax bracket, registering a limited company could be a much more tax-efficient alternative

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Register a limited company as a landlord in UK

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Complete support for landlords from ANNA and NRLA

From company registration and business accounts to one-stop tax services, ANNA provides landlords with security and reassurance – and we have also got you a membership to the industry leading landlord support service NRLA, the National Residential Landlords Association.

Whether you’re a long-term landlord or you occasionally rent out your home on AirBnB, new legislation means you’ll be under greater scrutiny. ANNA and NRLA can help you stay compliant with HMRC regulations and make sure you’re tax efficient

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Complete support for landlords

From tax efficiency to protection of assets, there are huge benefits to landlords operating as a LTD company. It’s quick, simple and free for landlords to register as limited companies through ANNA

Tax management designed for landlords

Tax benefits available with ANNA

ANNA’s +Taxes service takes the stress out of being a landlord. You can automatically calculate and file your VAT Return, Corporation Tax, PAYE and Confirmation statement. Whether you own one property or many, it keeps your books tidy, simplifies expenses /n On the top of that all your tax-related questions can be answered instantly,

Landlords: the benefits of registering as a LTD company

The benefits to operating as a limited company

Corporation Tax
You pay Corporation Tax (25% for profits up to £50,000 a year) rather than personal income tax, which usually means saving a lot on taxes
Protected assets
Protect your personal assets. As a LTD company, a landlord’s liability is limited to the amount they’ve invested into the property
Tax efficiency
Mortgage interest can be offset against your income, which can mean less taxable profits – and less taxes to pay
Section 24
Landlords operating through a limited company aren’t subject to Section 24 of the Finance Act 2015, so they can offset 100% of their mortgage interest against profits​

What is NRLA?

The National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA) is the UK's largest membership organisation for private residential landlords in England and Wales, representing over 100,000 members.

Providing all-round support, they can help you stay compliant, save money and reduce stress. They offer a huge range of expertise, resources, benefits and savings for members - as well as campaigning and championing the interests of landlords. NRLA memberships costs £99 a year, but is totally free is you register your limited company with ANNA.


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We’ve found that most business accounts don’t provide landlords with all the tools and support they need, and that specialist landlord software often ignores the fact that many landlords also have other income sources that need to be factored into the tax they pay.
ANNA understands the needs of landlords, whether they own one flat they rent out at weekends, or have a larger portfolio of properties for long-term rent.

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