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How to work out Rental Yield for UK Properties? Best places to Invest

If you’ve decided to venture into the world of buy to let, you need to consider a lot of things beforehand.  But the most important factor that requires foremost consideration is whether your property investment will pay off or not and how much return you’d receive. Whether you’re a new or existing landlord, before investing …

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Top Tax Saving Tips for Jointly Owned Properties

The property that is owned by two or more parties is known as Joint Owned Property. The possible options for this purpose include couples, any family member, cohabitees, and civil partners. By following the right criteria and procedure by HMRC, the idea of joint property ownership tax implications is legally permitted. Due to tax exposure …

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Things You Need to Know About Higher Rate Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT)

If you purchase a residential property or a part of it in England or Northern Ireland for £40,000 or above, you must pay a higher rate stamp duty on it as per the following conditions: It will not be the sole residential property with a cost of £40,000 or above that you own (partly own) …

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