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Advantages of Limited Companies

Lower Rates of Taxation
Fund Portfolio Expansion
Mortgage Interest an Allowable Expense
Opportunity to Mitigate Inheritance Tax
Easier to Change Ownership
Simple Process to Set up Online

With the current low savings rates offered by banks, and the historic volatility of the stock market, the UK's property market continues to attract landlords from across the globe. But faced with increased regulation and a changing tax landscape, many buy-to-let investors are searching for a way to offset the reduction in their rental revenue.

 

One method is by purchasing through a limited company, which is increasingly becoming the preferred option for landlords according to a recent poll conducted by a specialist mortgage lender.

 

By paying corporation tax through the limited company, rather than income tax as an individual, buying with a special purpose vehicle (SPV) can be a tax-efficient means of investing in property.

Landlord Investors Limited Companies
Introducing Provestor, the Property Accountants

Designed by investors for investors, Provestor is the UK's only accountancy practice specialising in helping other landlords set up and purchase property through a special purpose vehicle (SPV).

Embracing new technologies, the award-winning firm's expert team are able to provide an efficient and fully supportive service.

Free Factsheets

Every one of their members is assigned a dedicated account manager who will tailor the experience to suit your individual needs.

 

They achieve this through their bespoke accounting app that has been developed in-house, giving landlords all the assistance they need via seamless, easy-to-use software that displays real-time tracking of all income and expenditure.

 

To find out more about the services Provestor provides, and how you might benefit from investing via a limited company, please click here:

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