Whilst a few are put off by an investment into the UK due to what is perceived to be complex tax regulations – this isn’t necessarily the case. Good tax advisors who understand the rules and understand the transaction tend to simplify the process for most of our investors.
Adivo’s trusted Tax Partners would be delighted to work with our clients to help them understand and manage all their tax liabilities for any investment made in the UK.
Includes but not limited to:
Frequently Asked Questions
Stamp duty land tax (SDLT) is the main tax on property acquisitions. It must be paid by the buyer within 30 days of completion of the acquisition. Failure to pay on time results in significant penalties and interest. SDLT must also be paid before the Land Registry will process the registration of the transaction. SDLT is calculated using a % based on the value of the property. We will always advise you of SDLT due on any investment as part of any initial proposal we share with you.
We will help you to consider the most suitable structure for your property investment. UK property can be held in a number of ways (either directly or indirectly) including via a limited liability company, a traditional partnership, a limited liability partnership and unit trusts.
It is important to consider the tax implications when deciding what structure is most appropriate. The tax consequences will depend upon a number of factors including your tax residence and domicile and the investment vehicle you choose. We will work with you alongside the chosen tax advisors to ensure that we put in a structure that is most suitable to your needs and circumstances.