Hello and welcome to our June news round-up.
As always, there’s plenty to update you with this month from the new ban on tenant fees to the delay of digital accounts for individuals. If you have any questions about the topics discussed this month, give us a call and we’ll be happy to help.
There have been so many recent shake-ups on property taxes, we’ve produced an up-to-date guide on what you’ll have to pay next time you pack. Don’t move home without it! If you’re thinking of buying your first home, or upsizing or downsizing into somewhere new, you...read more
MPs have said that the over-40s in England should pay a new tax to help cover the ever increasing cost of providing care for the elderly. Two influential House of Commons’ committees called for the introduction of a social care premium, which would also see retirees...read more
It has just been announced that the government is considering introducing tax incentives for landlords who offer longer tenancies. The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government has launched a consultation on implementing a three-year tenancy model which...read more
A contractor group has slammed HMRC for omitting mutuality of obligation in an online tool which has been designed to assess an individual’s employment status. Mutuality of obligation requires employers to provide ongoing work for an employee, who then has...read more
It has been revealed that Philip Hammond’s decision to abolish stamp duty land tax (SDLT) for most first-time buyers on all properties worth up to £300,000 saved homeowners £284 million in the first half of 2018. This works out at an average saving of £2,337 per...read more
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