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    There's a good chance I'll be forced to move to one of the EU27 countries post brexit due to my mum being here as a family member of an EEA national but likely not long enough to meet the settled status. As such I'm making plans to move business-ey stuff to the EU as much as possible so that moving life-ey stuff is less painful.
    I have about £50k in my uk LTD that I'd like to use to fund an EU27 ltd to buy an investment property, ideally without turning it into dividends and paying tax first. I would also like to do something similar for an EU27 consulting ltd but that needs a lot less money so I could fund with a directors loan, i'm less bothered about that one, it's the property one I'm really hoping to fund directly from my uk consulting ltd.

    So my questions. What is the most tax efficient (and of course totally tax legal, this is not a tax dodge, it's a brexit dodge) way to fund a new eu27 ltd property investment co from a uk consulting ltd? Is that even possible? I'm up for anything, redomiciling my uk ltd, an EU27 holding and waiting 2 years to pay dividends without withholding tax, whatever.
    My Estonian e-residency will be with me in the next 2 weeks or so, is that the best way to open an EU27 company? I'm a Dutch citizen so maybe there's other better options?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommyvn View Post
    Hi all

    There's a good chance I'll be forced to move to one of the EU27 countries post brexit due to my mum being here as a family member of an EEA national but likely not long enough to meet the settled status. As such I'm making plans to move business-ey stuff to the EU as much as possible so that moving life-ey stuff is less painful.
    I have about £50k in my uk LTD that I'd like to use to fund an EU27 ltd to buy an investment property, ideally without turning it into dividends and paying tax first. I would also like to do something similar for an EU27 consulting ltd but that needs a lot less money so I could fund with a directors loan, i'm less bothered about that one, it's the property one I'm really hoping to fund directly from my uk consulting ltd.

    So my questions. What is the most tax efficient (and of course totally tax legal, this is not a tax dodge, it's a brexit dodge) way to fund a new eu27 ltd property investment co from a uk consulting ltd? Is that even possible? I'm up for anything, redomiciling my uk ltd, an EU27 holding and waiting 2 years to pay dividends without withholding tax, whatever.
    My Estonian e-residency will be with me in the next 2 weeks or so, is that the best way to open an EU27 company? I'm a Dutch citizen so maybe there's other better options?
    You'd be better off posting that question in the Accounting section, you'll get more serious answers there and perhaps an accountant or two.

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    Absolutely go to Accounting section. This is a sub-forum for smug metropolitan elitists who want to mock thick Leavers.
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    haha I should have read the fine print on the brexit forum "Have an opinion on the UK and EU? Feel free to waste your day in here". I came for the financial advice, stayed for the day wasting.

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    An EU27 ltd WTF IS THAT?

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    it's like an eu28 ltd but in 2 months time

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    An EU27 ltd WTF IS THAT?

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    "for the definition of recursion, see recursion": https://www.contractoruk.com/forums/...ml#post2620455

    Quote Originally Posted by meridian View Post
    You'd be better off posting that question in the Accounting section, you'll get more serious answers there and perhaps an accountant or two.

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