Thanks for your question
What will the property be used for - your home - or part business part home ?
As this will determine the best way as to how you need to take the purcahse forward, and do you have any current main residence that you own or any other residential properties? If so, what will become of those on this purcahse.
Thanks for your response
Then make the purchase of the business and most of the land the property as separate transactions.
You do NOT want to make the property as part of the business for the following reasons
1) As the property will be you and your familys' home, then making it part of the businesses, will incur a benefit on you liable to tax as only your employees might be considered as allowed to have a tax free property supplied (if there was an absolute reason to be on site 24 hours a day 7 days a week) But as owner of the business or director of the company this would not apply https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/living-accommodation-hs202-self-assessment-helpsheet
2) When you come to sell you would not have annual exemption of the sale (currently first £11,000) nor private residence relief (which recognises this has been your main home throughout ownership) this means Capital gains tax (But through corporation tax) would apply)
3) Stamp duty would apply either way IF the purchase of the residential part was in excess of the stamp duty limits and similarly for the non residential part. Or if made as one transaction (a mixed purchase)
Calculator for you to establish the charge as one transaction and as two
So my advsie is keep the purchases as two - residential and then the business element
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Point one was to advsie that as owner/director you could NOT be considered as relief arising on any benefit of using the house SHOULD you made just the one transaction ( I was anticipating the question arising- apologies if this only served to confuse matters)
But yes I am saying that being owners/directors of the business would exclude you AS the site managers from being eligible for this exemption
You can be site managers/owners but you are not due the Leif as an employee would be - so would be charged as a benefit on additional to your tax position.
Do let me know if I can assist further
Thanks for your response - I have already provided you with this link - here it is again
If you were a sole trader then this would all be owned by you as an individual so the same issues would not apply.
And the advsie you are given may be so that the "company" pays for the household expenses but this again is a benefit in kind - and is liable to tax and National Insurance ( anfd the company pays Class 1A National Insurance too)