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About 2 weeks ago 82
I am a higher rate tax payer and I want to expand my property portfolio further. I want to shelter the rental income from my income tax bracket as I wish to re-invest the money into buying more property. I do not need to draw money from the business.
I have read extensively and considering my long term goals, using a Ltd company seems to be the best fit. However, in the current climate, lenders seem to have very low LTV products e.g. deposits required equal 35-45%, which is counter productive to growing a portfolio.
I have read that you can buy the properties as personal BTL mortgages with deposits of 25% and then create a deed of trust to the Ltd Company and benefit from corporate rates on income. However, it’s very hard to be sure this is in reality a workable option as I have many questions where the answers are not very forthcoming.
If anybody actually has any real life experience with this approach, I would really appreciate your help on these questions below:
Any other comments?
I really would like the advice of somebody who has actually done it or is doing it now as I don’t think everybody really understands the value of a limited company to some investors, especially when they are exposed to super high tax rates above the 40% bracket.
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