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If you rent out a property in the UK and live abroad for six months or more per year, you need to pay tax on your rental income. HMRC classes such individuals as non-resident landlords, even if they’re a UK resident for tax purposes.
Non-resident landlords can receive rent either in full, and pay tax via self-assessment, or with tax already deducted by a letting agent or tenant.
Non-resident landlords are required to declare rental income by self-assessment tax return, unless HMRC tells you not to. HMRC’s online self-assessment services are not available to non-resident landlords: tax returns must be sent by post or using commercial software. Guardian Tax & Accounting can assist landlords with their tax returns and complying with HMRC’s regulations.
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