Get tax efficient by setting up a buy-to-let limited company.
Design your buy to let company in just half an hour, and we’ll handle the admin for only £21.98 per month.
- Increase the returns on your buy to let property
- Reduce personal risk from your property investments
- Invest in buy to let properties with friends and family
How much could you earn with a buy-to-let limited company?
Different ownership structures come with different tax implications. With GetGround's handy buy-to-let earnings calculator, compare what you'd earn if you invested through a limited company, and in your own name.
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The GG Company product is exceptional - very slick banking integration and much better than a manual setup. Makes limited company buy to let completely online and paper free. Very impressed.Imran
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