USING A LIMITED COMPANY

SHOULD YOU USE A LIMITED COMPANY TO INVEST IN PROPERTY?

It’s a hot topic, and it’s become even hotter in the light of new rules around mortgage interest: should you invest in property in your own name, or through a limited company?

The answer is never simple because there are so many factors to weigh up: the impact of various taxes, restrictions in lending and practical concerns all come together to give a clear answer of “it depends”.

In this course we can’t make the decision for you, but we’ll lay out the most important issues so you can make an informed choice and potentially save a huge amount of money.

You’ll learn:

  • What’s changed to make investing through a company a more appealing prospect
  • How a company structure affects your ability to raise finance
  • The impact your decision has on income tax, corporation tax, capital gains tax…
  • Some extra considerations if you’re thinking of moving over an existing portfolio
  • Who it’s likely to be a good move for
  • A special tip for contractors and business owners
  • Some actions you can still take even if a company structure isn’t right for you

Getting it right can add up to tens of thousands of pounds in tax savings over your investing career, so this could be the most profitable half hour you spend all year…