HMRC NRL1 PDF

Property investors are considered Non-Resident Landlords if they spend more than six months in any tax year outside the UK. If a property is rented out by joint owners and one is a Non-Resident Landlord, the profits are split according to the share of ownership of each. But only the share of the Non-Resident Landlord comes under the scheme. Letting agents, tenants and anyone finding tenants for non-resident landlords must pay any tax on rents due to the landlord, unless HMRC has told them not to do so in writing. However, tennants do have to make an annual return to HMRC declaring how much rent they have paid.

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What is an NRL1?

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The Non-Resident Landlord Scheme

We use cookies to collect information about how you use GOV. We use this information to make the website work as well as possible and improve government services. You can change your cookie settings at any time. Use the online service or postal form to apply to get your rental income paid without UK tax being taken off. To apply online, you need a Government Gateway user ID and password. If you do not have a user ID, you can create one when you apply. Please use the postal version of this form if you need to authorise an agent to act on your behalf.

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A Landlord's Guide to the Non-Resident Landlord Scheme

On this page, we discuss the Non-Resident Landlord Scheme NRLS in more detail and confirm what it means for you, whether you are a tenant or non-resident landlord. If you manage a UK property on behalf of a friend or family member overseas, you may also have obligations under the NRLS as a letting agent. We provided more detail on what to do if you received one of these letters in a news article. The NRLS imposes obligations on the tenant or the letting agent if there is one. In order to understand the NRLS, it is important to understand that if you live overseas but you receive income from letting out a property in the UK, this income is generally taxable in the UK like any other UK-sourced income. This is the case regardless of whether or not you are resident or non-resident in the UK for tax purposes and regardless of where the income is physically paid. It does this by imposing on the UK letting agent an obligation to withhold tax on the rental income before it is paid to the overseas landlord.

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