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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Primary Health Properties LSE:PHP London Ordinary Share GB00BYRJ5J14 ORD 12.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.20p +0.18% 108.80p 108.60p 108.80p 108.80p 108.40p 108.60p 1,242,958 16:26:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 72.5 91.9 15.3 7.1 818.37

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/12/2018
19:37
Positive comments in Sunday Times today. Should see share price reduction tomorrow then.
norland1
01/12/2018
13:10
I keep getting this with REITS in ISAs and in each case the deducted tax has been paid out later so I've had no need to claim back.
rik shaw
30/11/2018
21:28
Thanks mridyard
schofip
30/11/2018
21:21
Schofip, you might find the link below gives you some guidance on reclaiming your tax. It looks to me like you should be able to if you are a non tax payer.https://www.phpgroup.co.uk/application/files/1015/1275/0124/PHP_Taxation_of_PIDs.pdf
mridyard
30/11/2018
21:11
Schofip I saw that covered in a google search
bscuit
30/11/2018
21:02
Bscuit, see link to HMRC tax treatment of PID income in ISA accounts.https://www.gov.uk/guidance/individual-savings-accounts-isas-for-managers-making-returns-to-hm-revenue-and-customs
mridyard
30/11/2018
20:48
That is interesting as I AM a non taxpayer. Not sure how I go about recovering the tax.
schofip
30/11/2018
20:34
From Shares magazine via Google- "on Fletcher, director of policy (finance) at the British Property Federation, says if the REIT rules didn’t exist investors would suffer double tax: once because the company would pay corporation tax and twice because you’d then pay tax on the dividends. A company with REIT status isn’t subject to corporation tax. In return, HMRC demands that REITs distribute at least 90% of their property income to shareholders every year as PID dividends. The REIT must withhold basic rate income tax of 20% on these payments. ‘In this way, HMRC still collects tax from REITs, although it is effectively paid by investors rather than by the REIT,’ explains Fletcher". IMV for a taxpayer it means tax is being paid earlier than 31.01 of the following year and on-taxpayers can recover tax deducted.
bscuit
30/11/2018
20:16
Bscuit, in UK, PID income is normally paid gross in a SIPP &ISA and this was the case for PHP up until the last dividend payment.
mridyard
30/11/2018
20:11
I have some in my ISA, SIPP and some directly held Crest account and certainly the latter have been paid under deduction of "withholding tax, for your tax return". My understanding tax deducted before received by an ISA cannot be recovered, though position is different for a SIPP.
bscuit
30/11/2018
20:03
Schofip. I also have PHP in a fund and share account. The PID is correctly paid net. You can claim the 20% tax credit back on self assessment return. PID is declared as other income.It looks like this recently problem with net PID payments i have had in my SIPP & ISA account is confined to Hargreaves and Landsdown accounts.
mridyard
30/11/2018
19:52
Just to complicate things I hold some these in Youinvest isa and a Youinvest dealing account and couldn’t understand the amounts received were different. The result, the dividends into the isa were. Paid gross and the divis into the dealing account were net.
schofip
30/11/2018
19:45
0.75p not 0.7p
mridyard
30/11/2018
19:44
The PID if paid nett has 20% tax paidA PID net payment would be 0.75 x 0.8 = 0.6p, The other 0.6p payment is an ordinary dividend. In a SIPP or ISA a gross PID payment should have been made at 0.7p x number of shares.
mridyard
30/11/2018
19:03
I recieved 2 payments from PHP with my ISA account with selftrade on 23 11 18 one was for 0.6p per share the other was for 0.75p I'm not sure if thats nett or gross how does that compare with everyone else?
3800
30/11/2018
13:49
JGH03, I have queried with my broker Hargreaves Lansdown and they emailed me stating that the PHP registrar has reverted to paying them net PID's and they would try and claim the tax back? I'd be interested to know if any other brokers are still paying gross PID's for PHP.
mridyard
30/11/2018
13:06
My last payments were received gross in my SIPP account (which is with AJ Bell YouInvest). Might be worth querying with your broker.
jgh03
30/11/2018
11:54
Does anyone know why PHP has reverted to paying net PID payments to SIPP and ISA accounts. Last PID paid net all previous PID,s paid gross of tax. Cash flow/ legal reasons?
mridyard
21/11/2018
13:01
Written Q&A for the DirectorsTalk interview with Hardman & Co - http://bit.ly/2KmVtEJ
astonedt
01/11/2018
09:26
Primary Health Properties: Irish portfolio film - HTTPS://www.brrmedia.co.uk/broadcasts/5bd04ebbb01efb6b20c2f611/primary-health-properties-irish-portfolio-film This corporate video focuses on the Irish assets that PHP is acquiring and explores some of their specific features through interviews with GPs, practice managers and general managers at their modern purpose built primary care centres.
speedsgh
08/8/2018
15:58
Results looked ok, but someone is offloading towards the close of play each day.
gbh2
26/7/2018
20:25
Results look solid enough to me. As we have seen before, growth comes in cycles at PHP - usually driven by an issue of equity which is then topped up with term debt and invested in the market. Divi uncovered at the moment but not by very much. It was only 50% covered a couple of years back but soon came back into kilter. I have been an investor here for 15 years and the management have been straight, sensible and solid - unlike a few AIM listed companies which no longer figure in my portfolio.
ygor705
26/7/2018
13:27
Personally I didn't find the results that much of problem as it seems to relate to re-valuations of properties. As the buys outnumber the sell 2-1 I don't think other people are that worried either.
schofip
26/7/2018
08:48
Seems the results impressed few, judging by the absent rush of investors!
gbh2
29/6/2018
22:32
Hi chucko1, chuffed you found it useful - I would guess for people who are new to PHP it should give them a decent pointer on the key bits - it certainly helps my understanding producing such a document. Cheers WD
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