Tax on residential property

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How has devolution affected what property tax you pay?

How has devolution affected what property tax you pay?

First-time buyers in England, Northern Ireland – and for a short time in Wales – were the biggest winners in the most recent shake-up in Autumn Budget 2017.

Philip Hammond’s headline measure was to abolish stamp duty for first-time buyers on homes worth up to £300,000, and the chancellor didn’t stop there.

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September 2018 Newsletter

Our September newsletter brings information on HMRC confirming MTD will be relaxed during the first year for VAT-registered businesses, stamp duty tax breaks saving first-time buyers £284m, inheritance tax receipts reaching a record high of £5.2bn and SMEs citing VAT as their ‘biggest administrative headache’

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August 2018 Newsletter

Hello August …. whilst the temperature is cooling down a bit, we are keeping super busy and bring you this month’s newsletter with articles about the CEST tool, Tax incentives for longer term lets, a call for delaying the implementation of MTD and MP’s calling for a new tax to help cover the costs of caring … Read moreAugust 2018 Newsletter

Free information from Companies House

Companies House is to make all of its digital data available free of charge, this is planned to take effect from April 2015.

Currently Companies House information is available for a small fee, removing this fee will make it easier for businesses and members of the public by Companies House own admission to research and scrutinise the activities and ownership of companies and connected individuals.

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