The Conservative government will introduce legislation ruling out increases in income tax, value added tax (VAT) and national insurance rates for the next five years, it was confirmed in the Queen's Speech, which also detailed plans for an in-out EU referendum before the end of 2017.
In this week's poll we want to know if a government decision to rein in buy-to-let tax incentives would dissuade you from investing in property.
The Conservatives will introduce a law that will guarantee there will be no rise in income tax rates, VAT or national insurance before 2020, the party is to announce.
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Changes to the Stamp Duty tax are having a “dramatic impact” on the buy-to-let market in London and Scotland, research commissioned by Bank of Ireland UK reveals.
The Chancellor will raise the personal allowance threshold to £10,600 in the next year, £100 more than the initially planned £10,500.
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