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20 Jan 2020
From 6 April 2020, there is major change to the deadlines for paying CGT when disposing of a residential property.
14 Jan 2020
If you are purchasing more than one dwelling (not necessarily a separate property) then Multiple dwelling relief is very valuable for reducing Stamp Duty Land Tax but very often overlooked.