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  • Tax

    Incorporation Transfer Pricing

    Does anyone know what evidence HMRC use when reviewing the price of a transfer from an individual to a company? Obviously this is an area where the system could be abused so HMRC must have some ability to question the figures used.I am looking for real knowledge or experience please not just opinions interesting as they might be please.

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    I have sold  a number into my company

    and purchased them with a mortgage

    so I have used the Values valuation

    my last ones were done valued  2016 /17 they were up valued

    God know what this year will bring lol


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    Learn Change and Adapt ?????

    All comments are for casual information purposes only. If you wish to rely on any advice I have given please ensure you obtain independent specialist advice from a third party. No liability is accepted for comments made.


    The investment values produced for the mortgage companies are based on anticipated rent not actual, therefore the investment values are estimated not actual.

    Obtain a revaluation of your portfolio using rent collected less expenses ( excluding mortgage payments )  from your last 2 years accounts to find the nett figure, then apply a 10% yield to get the investment value.  Pass these figures to a RICS valuer, they will then produce a report, which you give to your accountant.

    Also, ask 2 or 3 estate agents to value 2 or 3 properties with a view to selling, and keep these, the values here should be equal to or less than the investment value from your accounts figures above.

    This is what I did.

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    If HMRC think the numbers are too low they can make up their own and then it is up to you to prove them wrong.

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