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Infographic – Property taxes are on the up

By Lesley Stalker on 24 April 2014

Whether you own multiple homes as investments, have your own rental portfolio or own just your main family residence, property tax revenues are set to increase sharply in the coming years.

Find out what is in store on our new property tax infographic and watch how the tax net is slowly closing in on property investors. There are many more stats like the one below which are well worth reading.

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If you have questions about property tax and are concerned about how the recent changes to tax rates and in particular the ATED levy might affect you, please contact Lesley Stalker by emailing las@rjp.co.uk.

 

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Whether you own multiple homes as investments, have your own rental portfolio or own just your main family residence, property tax revenues are set to increase sharply in the coming years.

Find out what is in store on our new property tax infographic and watch how the tax net is slowly closing in on property investors. There are many more stats like the one below which are well worth reading.

Screen Shot 2014-04-24 at 11.04.26

If you have questions about property tax and are concerned about how the recent changes to tax rates and in particular the ATED levy might affect you, please contact Lesley Stalker by emailing las@rjp.co.uk.