Stamp Duty Land Tax UK
Stamp duty land tax is one of the most hated taxes among buy to let property investors and other property owners.
Apart from stamp duty land tax, other taxes faced by buy-to-let investors include income tax, capital gains tax and inheritance tax.
Since 2002 Taxcafe has published How to Save Property Tax, which is widely regarded as the tax bible for property investors who want to pay less stamp duty land tax and other taxes.
Stamp duty land tax can be mitigated with careful planning. How to Save Property Tax explains how stamp duty is calculated and what you can do to reduce it.
The guide covers stamp duty land tax on both residential and commercial property and stamp duty on leases.
Stamp duty land tax exempt areas are also covered.
Although stamp duty land tax is an important tax for property investors, income tax (on rental profits) and capital gains tax (when the properties are sold eventually) are arguably far more important and far more expensive.
The guide covers income tax and capital gains tax plannng in enormous detail and will help you slash your tax bill by thousands.
For more information on paying less stamp duty land tax, income tax, capital gains tax and inheritance tax, click the graphic below: