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Interview with Ray Coman

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Jade Wimbledon

Jade Wimbledon

7 January 2013

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Chartered tax adviser and accountant Ray answers some key questions about landlord tax responsibilities, and gives advice for submitting tax returns.

On a quest to make rental property income tax a little less daunting for landlords, members of the Simply Business team headed to the London offices of accountancy practice Coman & Co. We interviewed the company’s director Ray Coman, a chartered accountant and tax adviser with over ten years of experience in commercially-led tax advice. In the video interview, Ray tells us about tax responsibilities for a landlord, when and how to submit your tax return, and how to make sure you don’t pay more tax than you need to by knowing which expenses are deductible. He also discusses the services that can be provided to landlords by an accountant and the differences in terms of tax between letting a commercial and a residential property.

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