How Can Buy To Let Landlords Save Income Tax & Capital Gains Tax In 2020?
Thank God it didn’t happen – No Corbyn!! Do you remember my doom-laden words before the election? Thank heavens it didn’t come to pass. For buy-to-let landlords, the election results mean no Capital Gain Tax increases and no apparent inheritance tax increase either. It also means that there is no likelihood of an increase in Income Tax. Enthusiasm is back in the property market!
There is considerable talk about interest rates coming down – at least corporation tax is not going to be hiked up by the Labour lefties. It doesn’t look like mortgage rates will be going up significantly in the near future either. Sellers are now coming back to the marketplace.
Our buy to let restructuring platform is as robust as ever. To celebrate this we have reduced our fees significantly. Not only have our fees been reduced but we are also offering a free consultation and a unique tax analysis summary of your current and future liabilities and benefits.
If you currently suffering from high-income tax on your rented properties and want to get out of paying personal income tax then please get in contact. We restructure your properties so that you only pay minuscule corporation tax on your rental income – which allows you to offset your entire mortgage costs as a deductible expense!
And, if you want to seriously mitigate your existing capital gains tax liability, then come and get a free consultancy and a bespoke tax analysis report on how to turn your property retirement platform into a highly tax-efficient, lucrative business.
Our specialist consultant, Christopher Coleridge Cole, has many years of experience in re-structuring landlords’ property investments. He will be able to advise you on the best solution on whether or not to have your buy-to-let business as a sole trader or a limited company whilst ensuring to put you in touch with a professional tax advisor before making this decision.