SDLT Group Relief Claim

What is Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT)?Stamp Duty Land Tax is a tax on land transactions. SDLT must be paid if you buy a property of land at a certain price in England and Northern Ireland. The basic threshold for SDLT is £125,000. This means that SDLT is not applied if the value of property

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SDLT Structuring

SDLT is one of the significant tax burdens to any property investor, developer or trader. However, proper SDLT structuring can lawfully reduce SDLT liability resulting in a significant reduction in initial capital investment and return on capital.Depending upon the property you are acquiring, and any plans on the property, SDLT experts at UK Property Accountants

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3% Surcharge Refund claim

Generally, a 3% additional surcharge of SDLT applies on the purchase of dwellings:If the purchaser owns another dwelling anywhere in the world which has a market value of £40,000 or moreThe purchase is not a replacement of only or main residenceThe purchaser is a limited company or similar bodyWe are going to focus on the

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SDLT Returns

Any acquisition of land or buildings in England and Northern Ireland is chargeable to Stamp duty and land tax (SDLT). SDLT is payable irrespective of whether the buyer is a UK resident or not. The buyer of the land or property needs to file an SDLT return to notify HMRC about the transaction. The SDLT

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Multiple Dwellings Relief

The government brought Multiple Dwellings Relief (MDR) in 2011 to encourage investment in residential property.MDR is available for purchasers of residential property who acquire interests in more than one dwelling in a single or linked transaction. The purpose of the multiple dwellings relief is to reduce the rate of SDLT on the purchase of more

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