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SDLT and shared ownership

Shared ownership can enable an individual to own a stake in a property where they would not otherwise be able to get on the housing

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Keeping the Christmas party tax-free

Last year, the Covid-19 pandemic and national lockdown took Christmas parties (other than virtual ones) off the agenda. This year, they may be a temptation

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Tax-free help with childcare costs

Childcare costs can be very expensive and any help is welcomed, particularly where you can benefit from that help tax-free. There are various routes by

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Tax-efficient childcare

Childcare is expensive; however, the tax system can provide a helping hand. In recent years, there has been a shift from tax relief for employer-supported

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Are you trading?

Trading income is taxed for both income tax and corporation tax purposes. In order for a tax charge to arise under the trading income rules,

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SDLT and uninhabitable properties

For many the lure of a renovation project is strong and for those looking to generate rental income, doing up a dilapidated property to let

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Stamp duty land tax refunds

The additional stamp duty land tax (SDLT) rate of 3% is payable by purchasers of residential properties costing £40,000 or more and if all of

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