Tax Bridging Loans

HMRC Bridging Finance

We provide fast, expert secured bridging loans to help individuals & businesses access quick funding for time-critical HMRC payments.


Why choose us...

Immediate decision in principle

Immediate decision in principle

All credit circumstances considered

All credit circumstances considered

Residential & Commercial Bridging Loan Specialists

Residential & Commercial Bridging Loan Specialists

Completion possible in 10-14 working days

Completion possible in 10-14 working days


Who can apply for tax bridging finance? 

As long as your asset(s) are in the UK our tax bridging finance is open to both UK and foreign nationals including onshore and offshore borrowing vehicles.

So whether you are an individual, trading limited company, SPV limited company as long as you are the legal property owner, or will be once the property transaction has completed, then we can obtain the funding you require fast.


Lending Criteria

Loan to value (LTV):

  • up to 80% as a 1st charge
  • 1st & 2nd charges available

Loan term:

  • 3 to 24 months


  • England, Wales, Scotland & Northern Ireland

Loan amount:

  • £26,000 to £25m

Interest options:

  • serviced, retained, rolled-up

Interest rates:

  • from 0.45% per month


  • immediate


  • 10-14 working days

Exit strategy:

Danielle Brown

Danielle Brown

Senior Case Manager

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Speak with me today, I’ll help structure the right deal for you

No ifs no buts I’m here to help. Our bridging finance can quickly resolve your current circumstances until you can find a longer-term funding solution.

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Tax Bridging Loans

What can it be used for?

  • Self Assessment HMRC tax bills
  • Inheritance tax bills
  • Capital gains tax bills
  • Corporation tax bills
  • VAT bills




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We're known for our hassle-free application process and quick turnaround. You'll normally receive immediate confirmation as to whether your application is likely to be successful.

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Frequently asked questions

What happens if you cant afford to pay inheritance tax?

If you can't afford to pay the inheritance tax that is due in full, you'll be charged interest on the total amount of both the outstanding tax and any unpaid payments. The unpaid sum must then be paid in full once the assets have been sold. Alternatively you can seek finance such as bridging finance to raise the money required to settle your tax liability.

Can I borrow money to pay inheritance tax?

Personal representatives can seek for a loan to pay inheritance tax using the estate's assets as collateral. There are a few conditions that must be met so its best to speak to an advisor as soon as possible as inheritance tax must be paid within 6 months of registering the death.

Do I need proof of income for a bridging loan?

No, most bridging lenders do not need evidence of income. The two most important factors in securing any type of bridging finance are: 1) Assets upon which the loan is secured ie. a property; and 2) a viable exit strategy to repay the loan.

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