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SO much for a low-tax economy! Poll shows tax rises hitting...

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The Government's raft of tax changes has hit landlords’ investment plans, with 52% deterred from buying more properties, finds a new survey.

Stamp duty holiday failed to create landlord buying spree says leading...

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The stamp duty holiday failed to create a buy-to-let spending spree despite landlord stamp duty bills falling by more than a third,...

‘Replace stamp duty and council tax with flat-rate levy paid by...

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A controversial proposal to scrap council tax, stamp duty and the bedroom tax, and replace them with a flat-rate tax paid by...

MPs slap down Labour attempt to cancel ‘perverse’ SDLT holiday for...

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An attempt by Labour to have the stamp duty holiday cancelled for landlords has been heavily defeated in the Commons.

LATEST: Labour attacks Sunak’s £545 million ‘landlord giveaway’ in Budget

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As many of our readers celebrate the extension of the stamp duty extension announced by Rishi Sunak on Wednesday, Labour has rounded...

BUDGET: Chancellor drops feared CGT hike but raises taxes for Ltd...

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The Chancellor went fairly easy on landlords in today’s budget, announcing an extended stamp duty holiday, but no immediate change to Corporation...

Beware stamp duty holiday ‘postcode lottery’, landlords warned

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Landlords should think carefully about the location of their next purchase to avoid the rush of residential buyers trying to beat the...

Landlords to get three more months to complete purchases before stamp...

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Speculation that the stamp duty holiday could be extended until the end of June has been hailed as good news for landlords,...

BREAKING: ‘Scrap the 3% second-home stamp duty levy’, landlords tell Chancellor

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Landlords have called on the Chancellor to remove the 3% additional stamp duty they pay on property purchases in his next budget...

HM Treasury dodges key question during stamp duty holiday extension debate

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Landlords are used to the current government doing policy U-turns but not when it comes to extending the stamp duty holiday.