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    Budget 2016 - UK Property Market Gets Hit Again

    This Budget was not expected to hold many surprises, especially as most of the measures had already been announced in the 2015 Autumn Statement. However, there was a nasty surprise for the soft drinks industry and some good news for savers and small businesses: but it was the property market that again has to stomach new measures for raising additional revenue. In this note we summarise the issues affecting the property market which were not previously announced last autumn.


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    Taxing Times for Property Investors? The Autumn Statement 2015

    Whilst the main headlines from the Autumn Statement included the improvement in public finances, the climb-down over tax credits and a significant increase for the country’s pensioners: there were also aspects of the Chancellor’s statement for the UK’s property industry to consider.


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    The Tax Rules for Service Charges

    The payment and receipt of service charges can involve tax issues which are not necessarily obvious. Whilst in most cases the payment of service charges by the tenant will entitle the tenant to treat the charges as a revenue expense, the reverse is not always applicable for the landlord.


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    Capital allowances and non-resident landlords

    The rules for how the non-resident landlord is taxed are crucial for capital allowances purposes, not only for the current landlord but also for any future owner of the property


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    VAT Case Alerts and News - June 2015

    News from recent VAT tribunals including the reduced rating of electrical supplies, educational exemption of meals and concert tickets and whether simple interest provides adequate indemnity for taxpayers.


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