Commercial property owners claimed over £52m in capital allowance tax relief last year, research from a tax specialist firm has shown.
The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) has revised its calculation of how much inheritance tax will be paid between now and 2018 by £800m, just three months after it last issued the figures.
Buy-to-let property may not be the obvious choice for investors looking for an alternative to annuities under the new flexible pension rules.
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Chancellor George Osborne stepped up his clamp down on tax avoidance for individuals and corporations by giving HMRC tougher powers to tackle non-compliance with the rules.
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More than a million extra middle-income workers will be included in the 40p tax bracket by next year because of George Osborne's plans to boost income for the low-paid.
Halifax is offering to foot the stamp duty bill for first-time buyers purchasing properties up to £250,000.
Thousands of small business owners could be missing out on substantial tax savings, a figure in the sector has warned.
London and the South East of England have been named the UK's inheritance tax hotspots, with wealthy households in these two regions paying more IHT than the rest of the country put together.
The Capital stumps up 43% of the national Stamp Duty Land Tax revenue up from 30% around 15 years ago, according to a property firm, with prices growth projected to rise strongly for another four years.
A crackdown on employers that set up offshore trusts for top earners has started to pay off, helping HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) more than double its takings from investigations into big companies' payroll tax avoidance last year.
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