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  1. Afternoon everyone, I've been meaning to say hello on here for a while and a puzzling email from our recommended solicitors has prompted a question. My brother and I, after a few months of looking have found a suitable refurb and let property in crewe which we are happy works for us. For ourselves the company purchase route is the most tax efficient option as things stand. However we have had an email this morning to inform us that because we have opted to use Paragon as a lender for our company purchase we will need to both instruct separate solicitors to act for us as independ
  2. Hi Following the summer budget bombshell, like a lot of people I’m now considering buying my next investment property through a limited company using a mortgage. I've been trying to pick my way through the pros and cons for me personally, especially the tax implications which is of course why I'd be doing it in the first place! I’m going to speak to an accountant in due course (never used one before) but it would be really good to know if I’m generally on the right track before I do. To this end I have a question about the most tax efficient way to put the company in funds for the dep
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