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Investing In Property - Personal or Company Ownership



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What does the Investing In Property - Personal or Company Ownership report cover?

Being a landlord is not for the faint-hearted. The past five years have been difficult for many buy-to-let investors as successive governments have introduced measures that have arguably made this form of investing less appealing for some - particularly residential landlords. 

This guide covers:

  • Property investment structures
  • Tax rates for investors
  • Loan interest - personal ownership vs company
  • Losses from a property business
  • Extracting profits - personal ownership vs company
  • Capital gains tax planning
  • Incorporating a property business
  • Stamp duty land tax planning
  • Property investment exit strategies
  • Advanced tax planning strategies
  • Plus more...

Using this guide, you will be able to discover the best tax planning tips and strategies to determine whether property investing is right for you, and the best way to go about it. 

Who will benefit from the Investing In Property - Personal or Company Ownership report?

This report will benefit any current or potential investor, as well as accountants and tax professionals advising investors.

In an era where interest rates on bank accounts and other investments are either very low or unsecure and returns on pensions being squeezed then property investment produces the benefit of rental income and capital growth. Even with the challenge of the coronavirus and the potential impact of Brexit, the UK property market remains a suitable alternative for many investors.

Whether you decide to invest in property as an individual or via another medium be that a limited company, partnership or Limited Liability Partnership, or whether the property is commercial or residential, there are tax issues to consider. This guide sets out the tax implications for each method of ownership highlighting the tax traps in property investment.