If you are currently a 20% tax payer clause 24 could put you in the 40% tax bracket. That means you will pay more tax. Which could mean that you have negative cash flow from your properties. There are many classifications of property investor e.g full time, part time, accidental landlord etc… If your rents are above the basic rate threshold you will pay more tax.
The National Association of Landlords predicts that landlords are threatening to sell off 500,000 properties in 2017 as a result of clause 24. An article published by the TELEGRAPH in February 2016 discusses the NLA prediction. There is now consensus of a drive to corporatize the residential property rental sector. So you can now expect to see large corporations building new residential houses and renting them out.
You don’t have to be a landlord that sells your assets because of the effects of clause 24. There are a number of clause 24 solutions supported by tax case law and UK statute. That means that HMRC won’t have grounds to challenge. What you do have to do is to make sure all the paperwork is done correctly.
All the clause 24 solutions we provide ultimately lead to having your assets in a corporate structure. If you qualify we can even help you totally avoid paying inheritance tax. We can help you crunch the numbers and find a route map for your specific circumstances. Contact us for a free consultation on our clause 24 solutions or call Aadil below.
Mr Aadil Butt FCCA
Mobile: 07792 542 944
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