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Conveyancing - Our expert residential conveyancing Solicitor Jayne Gill has created this fantastic FAQ on Stamp Duty Land Tax as at 2020

Conveyancing - Our expert residential conveyancing Solicitor Jayne Gill has created this fantastic FAQ on Stamp Duty Land Tax as at 2020
Jayne Gill July 2020 Jul 31,2020

The Chancellor announced on 8 July 2020 a string of measures aimed at kick starting the UK economy following the coronavirus crisis and temporarily reducing certain taxes, including stamp duty land tax (SDLT).



A temporary reduction in SDLT has been announced with effect from 8 July 2020 until 31 March 2021. The threshold above which SDLT becomes payable has increased from 125,000 to 500,000.



See Jayne's handy FAQ sheet.

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