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Whether you are a landlord of a large property portfolio, or you just let a single property to a tenant; you must pay tax on your rental income.
The ‘Let Property Campaign’, is a Government initiative that was launched in 2013 with the aim of giving landlords the opportunity to get their taxes up to date through voluntary disclosure.
As the campaign launched, it was estimated that 1 in 3 landlords were not declaring rental income.
Find out more about the Let Property Campaign and how it affects you as a landlord.