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Stamp Duty In The UK
As stated by Albert Einstein, compound interest is "The greatest mathematical discovery of all time". There isn’t any scope of doubt about this genius mathematical mastermind’s comments. Unlike the calculus we studied in high school, compound interest has been applied to every step in our life and the ramifications are substantial.
Is it enough to just invest to have a substantial fortune at the age of 50? For most people, planning is a big constraint they lack on. Good planning can turn even small investments into huge profits. We’ll try to demonstrate that to you with a comparison study.
COMPOUND INTEREST TURN AGAINST
When it comes to compound interest, the receiving end is the best side of the game. The other end of the compound interest is not so much fun.
Take the same calculation from above and think that this time you are not the investor of direct lander but you are the borrower, and you borrow £20,000 for 20 years on 5% annual compound interest rate. This will cost you £53,065.95 at the end of said 20 years. The loss here is some £33,000.
STAMP DUTY IN THE UK
Chancellor George Osborne said in his autumn statement to the parliament, just before the next coming general election, it is big bonus from a customer perspective and the regulations change regarding stamp duty will come into effect very soon.
If you have exchanged contracts of property hand over on or before 3rd December and have finished formalities on 4thDecember or after that, you could choose to pay with whichever stamp duty you feel more comfortable with, the before change one or the after change one.
0% if the property price is under £125,0002% for the next £125,0005% for the next £675,00010% for the next £575,00012% for the rest (above £1.5 million)
FOR CORPORATE BODIES
Stamp duty on residential properties which costs more than £500,000, and has been bought by a company or collective insurance schemes is charged 15%.
If your residentially leased property is worth more than £125,000 then you will have to pay 1% stamp duty on the on the amount which is beyond the £125,000 limit.
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