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Tax on rental property

Posted by Rebs - Created: 6 years ago
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Posted by ChB-184121 - 6 years ago

Your tax will depend on your individual circumstances, but you are charged tax on 50% of the rental income. So if this is your only income, then you will have to prove how you survive on just this, or show other income that you have paid tax on elsewhere. But for example, if you are in the 7% tax bracket, you will pay 7% on 50% of your rental income. Tax fonciere and tax d'habitation will be expenses but you cannot set these off against the tax. if you get long term lets, then get the tenant to pay these direct, so it does not come into the equation.

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Posted by Rebs - 6 years ago

Forgot to say I would only rent it for holiday lets. Can anyone give me a ball park percentage please ?