What is an unincorporated landlord?

Definition of unincorporated landlord

An ‘unincorporated landlord’ is an individual who earns income from property that is not owned by a limited company.

Managing tax as an unincorporated landlord

If you’re an unincorporated landlord and you’re wondering how to manage your tax obligations, then FreeAgent can help. We’re building a brand new version of our award-winning accounting software that’s designed specifically for unincorporated landlords. 

Available from early 2023, FreeAgent for Landlords will help unincorporated landlords prepare for the introduction of Making Tax Digital (MTD) for Income Tax, which will affect many individuals who earn income from property. 

You can find out more about FreeAgent for Landlords and sign up to register your interest to be the first to know when it’s ready. Alternatively, you can speak to your accountant about early access.

Disclaimer: The content included in this glossary is based on our understanding of tax law at the time of publication. It may be subject to change and may not be applicable to your circumstances, so should not be relied upon. You are responsible for complying with tax law and should seek independent advice if you require further information about the content included in this glossary. If you don't have an accountant, take a look at our directory to find a FreeAgent Practice Partner based in your local area.

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