BEST OWNERSHIP STRUCTURES FOR INVESTMENT PROPERTY

9 times out of 10 an LTC is the best structure for owning a rental property: “You have the benefit of limited liability, a legal structure that is clearly a separate entity yet under your control, and yet it is treated at tax time like a partnership: the best of both worlds.”‘

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OFFSET LTC PROFITS OR LOSSES AGAINST OTHER RENTALS

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Note that you can’t offset any losses against income from other sources e.g. wages, like you used to in the good old days. That is what the concept of “ring-fencing of losses” means. The losses are “ring-fenced” so that they only apply to residential rental property.

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LTCS VS QCS AND LAQCS

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LTCS VS QCS AND LAQCS. Unlike the LAQC rules, shareholders of an LTC are liable for tax upon the company’s profit, as well as being able to offset the company’s losses against their other income.

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