Tag Archive: property
New CGT Rules When Selling A House
Everyone needs to be aware of the new CGT rules when selling property. If you are a solicitor, conveyancing specialist or property lawyer make sure you are aware of how this will affect your clients. There will be new CGT rules introduced from April 2020. In today’s article, we’re going to focus on the reduced… View Article
Converting Property Partnerships Into Ltd
Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) is a tax on land transactions in England and Northern Ireland. SDLT was introduced by the Finance Act 2003 to replace stamp duty. Strictly, SDLT is not a stamp duty, but we will use the terms interchangeably in this article. Today we’ll explain how you may be able to avoid… View Article
Should I Buy Property Through a Limited Company?
When you come to buy property, you have to decide the best way to do it. There are a number of different financial considerations around your decision to buy property. The two most common options are either to: buy the property yourself, in your own name buy the property via a limited company (that you might… View Article
What is a Usufruct?
A usufruct is a common way of holding property in many countries in Europe (including France, Spain, Italy). A usufruct is the right to the use and enjoyment of another’s property for a limited time. It usually lasts for a person’s lifetime. Taking Advantage of an Usufruct HMRC has recently reconfirmed its view last set-out… View Article