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Latest UK Budget Adjustments
三月 8, 2024
Latest UK Budget Adjustments 倫敦
By   Internet
  • 城市報
  • UK Housing Market
  • UK Property
  • Asset Taxation
Abstract: According to the recent budget, the UK government has introduced several adjustments to property and asset taxation, including the abolition of tax incentives for multiple residential properties, the cancellation of non-resident provisions, the provision of temporary incentives, and the reduction of tax benefits for holiday home landlords. These adjustments will affect investors, landlords, and potential homebuyers, with significant economic and social implications.

Firstly, the abolition of tax incentives for multiple residential properties means that transactions involving the purchase of multiple properties will no longer benefit from stamp duty relief. This change may result in higher stamp duty costs for investors, particularly those involved in leasing and student accommodation projects, especially for transactions involving the purchase of six or more residences. This may lead to higher stamp duty payments, affecting their return on investment.

Secondly, the cancellation of non-resident provisions will impact new immigrants and non-UK residents. Previously, non-residents could avoid paying global income taxes for up to 15 years, but this provision will be eliminated. New immigrants will not be required to pay additional fees for four years, a change that will save the UK government a substantial amount of money. However, this may also affect the tax burden of certain groups and require them to reassess their financial plans.



On the other hand, the reduction in tax benefits for holiday home landlords and the lowering of capital gains tax rates may impact the real estate market and landlords. The government aims to encourage more holiday home landlords to convert properties to long-term rentals, while lowering capital gains tax rates may prompt more landlords to sell properties. Additionally, the abolition of the 3% stamp duty surcharge paid by landlords is also aimed at supporting tenants, making their lives easier.

Finally, the government has announced tax incentives to support the film and high-end television industry, aiming to boost the development of this sector. These measures may stimulate growth in the creative industries and inject vitality into the UK economy.

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