landlords moves to company structures may be seen as a tax avoidance Ruse.

The Stamp Duty Land Tax cut will make landlords more likely to move their properties into a company structure. But the government could soon view residential landlords moves to company structures (incorporating) as a tax avoidance ruse. The Covid19 event and media and government panic and the resulting massive economic damage that house arrest and two metres social distancing has […]

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Mortgage Issues for Landlords Using a Company Structure

Mortgage Issues for Landlords Using a Company Structure Following the Osborne tax assaults on landlords, many property investors have increasingly set up company structures for their new residential property investments. They have done this in order to avoid the tax impact of the Section 24 changes brought in by the landlord-hating former chancellor. We have written much about Section 24 […]

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Osborne’s Landlord Tax is NOT a Turnover Tax

David Lawrenson of LettingFocus.com says some landlord sites and other media, (including the mainstream media), are inadvertently misleading people by referring to one of George Osborne’s Section 24 tax change as a “turnover tax” on landlords. We say, “This particular Osborne Tax might be a crock of old “do-do” – and something we could do without – but it most certainly is not a “turnover tax”. Calling […]

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