Residential SDLT - The Complexities Unravelled for Conveyancers & Advisers

SDLT has gained a lot of press recently, mainly due to excitement surrounding the temporary ‘holiday’ rates which ended on 30th September 2021.

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ATED: Daily penalties disputed

HMRC’s practice of applying retrospective penalties of £10 per day for late filing of ATED returns has been challenged in three similar cases, but with different outcomes.

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Holidays at Home – Furnished Holiday Lets and Tax

The restriction on international travel has resulted in a surge in UK holidays. Property owners are cashing in as everywhere you turn...

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Short notice for property development tax

The government has given less than a year’s notice of a new tax it proposes to levy on profits made from residential property development from 1 April 2022.

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Residential SDLT - The Complexities Unravelled for Conveyancers & Advisers

SDLT has gained a lot of press recently, mainly due to excitement surrounding the temporary ‘holiday’ rates which ended on 30th September 2021.

Read More...

ATED: Daily penalties disputed

HMRC’s practice of applying retrospective penalties of £10 per day for late filing of ATED returns has been challenged in three similar cases, but with different outcomes.

Read More...

Holidays at Home – Furnished Holiday Lets and Tax

The restriction on international travel has resulted in a surge in UK holidays. Property owners are cashing in as everywhere you turn...

Read More...

Short notice for property development tax

The government has given less than a year’s notice of a new tax it proposes to levy on profits made from residential property development from 1 April 2022.

Read More...

HILLIER HOPKINS LLP: A GUIDE TO MULTIPLE DWELLING RELIEF

Multiple Dwelling Relief (MDR) is increasingly a hot topic with purchasers and property advisors as knowledge of the tax relief increases. The relief can offer purchasers of residential...

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Boom in garden offices can bring tax holidays and headaches

The boom in garden offices can create tax holidays and headaches when homeowners choose to sell, says our expert Natasha Heron.

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Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) saving opportunities

Stamp Duty Land Tax (“SDLT”) arises on most property transactions but have you considered whether you have paid the correct amount of tax?

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SDLT relief not due on planning permission alone

Two appeals sought to determine whether planning permission was capable of satisfying the condition for dwellings being “in the process of construction” in order for multiple dwellings relief (MDR) to apply.

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HILLIER HOPKINS LLP: A GUIDE TO MULTIPLE DWELLING RELIEF

Multiple Dwelling Relief (MDR) is increasingly a hot topic with purchasers and property advisors as knowledge of the tax relief increases. The relief can offer purchasers of residential...

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Boom in garden offices can bring tax holidays and headaches

The boom in garden offices can create tax holidays and headaches when homeowners choose to sell, says our expert Natasha Heron.

Read More...

Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) saving opportunities

Stamp Duty Land Tax (“SDLT”) arises on most property transactions but have you considered whether you have paid the correct amount of tax?

Read More...

SDLT relief not due on planning permission alone

Two appeals sought to determine whether planning permission was capable of satisfying the condition for dwellings being “in the process of construction” in order for multiple dwellings relief (MDR) to apply.

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SDLT: How woodland is residential

Natasha Herron explains that woodland must be shown to be commercially exploited for it to be classified as non-residential for Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) purposes.

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Interaction between multiple dwellings relief and other additional SDLT charges

Stamp duty land tax has gained a lot of attention of late from advisers and taxpayers alike. Its popularity is due to planning opportunities arising from a combination of the temporary holiday rates implemented between 8 July 2020 and 30 September 2021....

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SDLT: Reform of mixed-use and multi-buys

Natasha Heron looks at a new consultation that seeks to tackle multiple dwellings relief and change how stamp duty land tax is calculated when purchasing mixed-use property.

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SDLT: How woodland is residential

Natasha Herron explains that woodland must be shown to be commercially exploited for it to be classified as non-residential for Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) purposes.

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