More landlords invest via companies as buy-to-let tax rules bite

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  • More landlords invest via companies as buy-to-let tax rules bite
    More landlords invest via companies as buy-to-let tax rules bite
    Mortgage broker says limited company buy-to-let growing in popularity Credit: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg Finance Landlords are increasingly choosing to own properties through companies to get around new tax rules, research shows. Data from Mortgages for Business, a broker, said 44pc of completed buy-to-let mortgages are now done by limited companies, […]
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