Tax Bridging Loans
We arrange tax bridging loans, to help individuals and businesses settle time-critical debts and tax demands, such as inheritance tax (IHT), stamp duty, capital gains, income tax, or if you're a company - corporation tax, PAYE and VAT bills.
Arrange a call with our experts today and get our best no obligation quote for bridging finance.
Tax Bill Loan Lending Criteria
|Loan to value (LTV)||Up to 80%|
|Loan term||1 to 24 months|
|Loan amount||£26,000 up to £50m|
|Interest options||Rolled-up, retained or serviced|
|Interest rates||From 0.44%|
|Decision||Immediate decision in principle|
|Completion||3 Days for loans up to £200k
2 Weeks for loans up £50m
|Early repayment fees||None|
|Availability||Secured on assets in UK & Europe
Individuals, Companies, SPVs
No credit & adverse credit considered
|Exit strategy||Sale or refinance
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How long before I have to pay IHT?
HMRC requires payment of inheritance tax (IHT) at the end of the sixth month after someone’s death and unfortunately beneficiaries are unable to access inherited assets until those taxes have been settled. So this means for those who are set to receive an inheritance, but who are without access to funds, actually accessing the inheritance can pose significant difficulties.
What happens if you can't afford to pay inheritance tax?
There are a few different ways to pay inheritance tax, but if you can't afford to pay it, the government may be able to help. You can either pay the tax in full, or you can enter into a payment plan with HMRC. If you can't afford to pay the tax at all, you may be able to apply for a reduction or exemption.
If you're unable to pay the inheritance tax bill, you should contact HMRC as soon as possible. They may be able to work out a payment plan that suits your needs. You can also apply for a reduction or exemption if you can't afford to pay the full amount.
Alternatively if you're seeking a tax bridging loan then we may be able to help. Just book a call with one of our specialists.