Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) Specialists
Do you think you have overpaid Stamp Duty?
It is estimated that billions have overpaid in stamp duty land tax (SDLT) on the property as advisers have not claimed the available statutory stamp duty reliefs or have incorrectly calculated the stamp duty reliefs.
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SDLT RECLAIM SERVICE
SURCHARGE ON SECOND HOMES
If you have paid the 3% stamp duty surcharge it may be possible to reclaim the 3% surcharge without the need to sell your previous main residence.
HIGH VALUE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES WITH OUTBUILDINGS, ANNEXES AND LARGE GROUNDS.
If you have acquired a property with an outbuilding and/or annexin the last 12 months, we may be able to assist with reclaiming significant SDLT
Have you acquired multiple properties and have you fully claimed the available stamp duty tax reliefs? Errors and omissions in claiming these stamp duty tax reliefs have resulted in significant overpayments in SDLT.
SDLT PLANNING SERVICE
We also specialise in planning to mitigate SDLT before acquisitions by ensuring we maximise the available stamp duty statutory reliefs such as
- The 3% additional stamp duty charge on second homes.
- The acquisition of high-value residential properties with outbuildings, annexes and substantial grounds may result in significant stamp duty savings.
- The acquisition of multiple dwellings such as houses, apartments, flats, may result in claiming the non-residential SDLT rates.
We do not promote any form of artificial SDLT mitigation or stamp duty schemes.
All work is carried out by a team of qualified and experienced chartered tax advisers, chartered accountants, tax lawyers and tax authors, for a free consultation without obligation please contact us at [email protected] or call us on +44 (0)207 987 3030 as we are here to help reclaim or reduce the amount of stamp duty land tax (SDLT).
IN THE NEWS
Here is what the newspapers are reporting about tax payers paying too much stamp duty on properties
“The complexity of the rules around the new stamp duty surcharge is causing property buyers to pay too much tax or abandon purchases in the mistaken belief that they will have to pay the higher rate.”
Olivia Rudgard and Tara Evans 18 June 2016
“it could be that whoever dealt with your conveyancing was unaware of the change in the rules and paid the higher rate of SDLT on your behalf”
Virginia Wallis Mon 14 Jan 2019