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Getting your house in order

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Eesha Arora and Sophie Wettern, ‘Getting your house in order’, STEP Journal (Vol27 Iss7), pp.52-53 - 568.1 KB

When acquiring or holding UK residential property, whether for personal use or as an investment, a key factor to consider is whether the property should be owned personally, or via a corporate or some other structure. Eesha Arora and Sophie Wettern consider the issues in the August/September 2019 STEP Journal.

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