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Updates Update on rental income

Nicola Plant of Pemberton Greenish provides an update on changes to the way that rental income is taxed.

Updates Tax changes for 2011–12: Homes and property

For first-time buyers only, the nil-rate threshold for stamp duty has been increased to £250,000 for a period of two years from 25 March 2010 to 24 March 2012 inclusive.

Personal Capital Gains Tax on Homes

If you sell most types of investments (including property) for more than you paid for them, there may be capital gains tax to pay.

Personal About POAT - Pre-Owned Assets Tax

If you still use something you have given away or sold for less than its full value at any time since 18 March 1986 and the gift is not caught by the gift with reservation rules it may from 6 April

Business Using business property relief in IHT planning

An area of tax planning that has become increasingly popular in recent years is the use of business property relief (BPR) in the mitigation of inheritance tax (IHT) liabilities.