Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
In the US a company can write off lease payments at 100% on the taxes. Therefore it is often a wise business decision to lease rather than buy. I do not know the tax laws in England, but I would think that they would be the same in this respect.

Instead of firing off a posting criticizing a company, that you do some due diligence for a change. A little research you do you a great deal of good.
Well you don't actually buy it with company money you create a shell that manages the property that is a subsidiary or something of the main company and then can still deduct. It's all about loop holes... Anyway I'm not exactly unfamiliar with this stuff, I bought my first rental property at 23....

I didn't say I was good at, as I now have NO properties... But I know stuff ... I especially learned a lot by failing at it... Lol