FreeAgent for Landlords

We’ve built a version of our award-winning software specifically for clients who earn income from property, to help you support them when MTD for ITSA comes into effect in April 2024.

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Estimate your MTD for ITSA workload

Use our handy tool to find out how long it will take to get your practice's sole trader and landlord clients ready for MTD for ITSA.

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Webinar

FreeAgent for Landlords masterclass

Watch the recording of this partner-exclusive webinar to see a demo of FreeAgent for Landlords and get answers to common questions.

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Leaflet

Making Tax Digital: what’s changing for landlords?

Share this leaflet with your landlord clients to let them know about the changes that lie ahead and how FreeAgent can help them prepare.

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Let your landlord clients get on with letting

FreeAgent for Landlords is a new version of our award-winning software built specifically for clients who earn income from property.

New ‘Property’ feature

FreeAgent for Landlords has a dedicated ‘Property’ feature that allows clients to attribute income and costs to specific properties and then track their profitability.

MTD for ITSA submissions

Support for MTD for Income Tax Self Assessment (ITSA) submissions will be added to FreeAgent for Landlords before the legislation comes into effect in April 2024.

Familiar tools

FreeAgent for Landlords includes all the relevant features of FreeAgent, including tools to automate many aspects of the process of recording rental income.

Features made for landlord clients

Discover the handy FreeAgent features that allow your landlord clients to manage multiple properties, track the profitability of each property and stay on top of their property record keeping.

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FreeAgent for Landlords timeline

  1. April 2022

    FreeAgent for Landlords is available to Practice Partners to use with their unincorporated landlord clients. Clients can only use the software through an accountant.

  2. Later in 2022

    An updated version will be released for Practice Partners with improved reporting functionality and support for additional integrations. Support for the FreeAgent mobile app will also be introduced.

  3. 2023 onwards

    FreeAgent for Landlords will be made available to landlords directly. Practice Partners and landlords will be able to use FreeAgent for Landlords to make MTD for Income Tax Self Assessment (ITSA) submissions to HMRC.

What’s not supported?

FreeAgent for Landlords does not include FreeAgent’s Stock, CIS, Self Assessment and Payroll features. It does not support MTD for ITSA submissions for foreign properties (where the property is outside the UK) or for non-resident landlords (where landlords are based outside the UK). However, in these scenarios, landlords can still use FreeAgent for Landlords for bookkeeping purposes.

Resources to share with your clients

Knowledge base

Online support for FreeAgent for Landlords

Our Knowledge Base contains step-by-step instructions on how to manage a property in FreeAgent.

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Web page

FreeAgent for Landlords is here to help

Share this page with your landlord clients to explain how FreeAgent for Landlords can help them manage their property finances.

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Exclusive webinars and events

Register for upcoming webinars and events

Come to one of our upcoming events to learn more about how FreeAgent can help.

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Did you know your clients could get FreeAgent for free?

FreeAgent is available free of charge for clients who have business current accounts with NatWest, Royal Bank of Scotland or Ulster Bank NI, for as long as the client retains their bank account. Find out more.

FreeAgent is also available free of charge for clients who have a Mettle account, as long as the client marks Mettle as their primary business account in the software. Find out more about Mettle or see our guide to setting up a new client with a Mettle account.

If you have any questions about FreeAgent for Landlords, get in touch with your account manager.