Have you considered tax planning with your property investments?



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More and more it is becoming essential that those invested in property should do so alongside the most tax efficient vehicles and tax efficient methods. Whether looking to shield from excessive income tax, capital gains tax or even inheritance tax, it is important to consider tax planning at the same time as investment. How many people actually do this?


This is something I will be looking at in the future. As my portfolio grows, the attractions of a limited company become more real. My idea for the future is simple. I want to build up my portfolio and rental income and then eventually sell the portfolio as one lot. As I would just be selling ownership of the company, which owns the properties, there would be no need for any sales documentation for each property. The company would still own the properties but somebody else would own the company.