Tax Bridging Loans
 

Interest Rates from 0.45% per month

Up to 80% Loan to Value

No minimum term

Tax Bridging

Paying off an outstanding Tax Bill?

We can source Quick and easy tax bridging loans with a decision principle within 1 day. 

We provide fast, expert secured bridging loans to help individuals & businesses access quick funding for time-critical HMRC payments.

How can we help?

Loan to value (LTV): Up to 80% as a 1st charge

 

Charge: 1st & 2nd charges available

 

Loan term: 3 to 24 months

 

Location: England, Wales, Scotland & Northern Ireland

Loan amount: £26,000 to £25m

Interest options: serviced, retained, rolled-up

Interest rates: from 0.45% per month

Decision: within 1 working day

Completion: 10-14 working days

Exit strategy: sale or refinance

Who can apply for Tax bridging finance?

As long as your asset(s) are in the UK our tax bridging finance is open to both UK and foreign nationals including onshore and offshore borrowing vehicles.

So whether you are an individual, trading limited company, SPV limited company as long as you are the legal property owner, or will be once the property transaction has completed, then we can obtain the funding you require fast.

What are the different tax liability scenarios?

Some taxable events are more common or apparent than others. You may be liable to tax in the following forms:

  • Income Tax: The majority of individuals are required to pay Income Tax, which is usually automatically deducted from a salary if you are employed. If you are self-employed you need to account to HMRC directly in January and July (normally).

  • Capital Gains Tax: This is normally triggered when a person realises a capital asset by selling it for a price that is higher than the initial purchase price

  • Corporation Tax: Working in a similar way to income tax but for companies, Corporation Tax monitors the profitable income of a company, deducting a certain amount of the profits periodically.

  • Value Added Tax: VAT is a consumption tax placed on many products, when value is added during the production stage.

  • Pay As You Earn (PAYE) Tax: Employers are required to deduct Income Tax, and sometimes even social benefit taxes, in the form of PAYE as part of the payroll.

  • Inheritance Tax: If you inherit assets you are liable to Inheritance Tax. The rate of this tax depends on the value of the estate and your relationship to the deceased

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