Stamp duty and other tax on property


  1. Stamp Duty Land Tax

    You pay Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) when you buy houses, flats and other land and buildings over a certain price in the UK

  2. Tax when you sell property

    Capital Gains Tax when you sell a property that's not your home: work out your gain and pay your tax on buy-to-let, business, agricultural and inherited properties

  3. Tax when you sell your home

    Relief from Capital Gains Tax (CGT) when you sell your home - Private Residence Relief, time away from your home, what to do if you have 2 homes, nominating a home, Letting Relief

  4. Log in and file your Stamp Duty Land Tax return

    Log in to HMRC's Stamp Taxes Online service to file your SDLT return as a solicitor, agent or legal conveyancer

  5. Authorise HMRC to deal with your agent for Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings

    Use form ATED1 to allow HMRC to deal with your agent for Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED) and ATED related Capital Gains Tax.

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Guidance and regulation

  1. Income Tax when you let property: work out your rental income
  2. HMRC calculators and tools
  3. Tax relief for residential landlords: how it's worked out
  4. Income Tax when you rent out a property: case studies
  5. Stamp Duty Land Tax: relief for land or property transactions
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News and communications

  1. Changes to tax relief for residential landlords
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Research and statistics

  1. Monthly property transactions completed in the UK with value of £40,000 or above
  2. Quarterly Stamp Duty Statistics
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Policy papers and consultations

  1. Changes to the higher rates of Stamp Duty Land Tax for additional dwellings
  2. Changes to interest provisions for late payment, repayment and penalties
  3. Extension of Stamp Duty Land Tax First Time Buyers' Relief
  4. Changes to the Stamp Duty Land Tax filing and payment time limits
  5. Stamp Duty exemption for financial institutions in resolution
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