Stamp Duty changes - December 2014

Stamp Duty changes - December 2014

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On 3 December 2014, the Government announced changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax on residential properties. The tax is now graduated rather than a flat rate. Buyers will make a saving or pay the same if the price is £937,500 or less. The Government believes that 98% of buyers will make a saving.

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