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If you’re in a business partnership

Updated: Feb 12, 2021

Lenders will look at your share of the company’s profits if you’re in a partnership, so they can establish how much money you make – rather than how much money you and your partner make together.

You’ll need to make sure your accounts show this information clearly. And make sure you have your SA302s/tax calculations and tax year overviews to hand.

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