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Property and land tax

On this page you can find articles, books and online resources providing news and background formation on property and land tax.

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Featured Book

Landlord interest : how to protect yourself from the big cut in tax relief
Taxcafe, 2016
Looks at changes to the taxation of residential property and how they affect landlords.

Featured Link

Global tax report
Knight Frank, 2015
Survey from property consultants Knight Frank providing an overview of the costs involved in buying residential property in major global cities.

Online articles

The library provides access to a range of articles in full text from leading business, finance and management journals. Access to articles is provided to logged-in ICAEW members, ACA students and other entitled users subject to suppliers' terms of use.

Useful links


Tax Faculty
The faculty is the voice of ICAEW on tax. It offers technical publications and newsletters, guidance notes, thought leadership, events and seminars and supports an online community of tax professionals.

Tax news: Stamp taxes
The latest news and alerts from the Tax Faculty.


Stamp duty and other tax on property
Guidance on SDLT, shares, land transfers, reliefs and exemptions.

Stamp duty land tax manual
Detailed HMRC manual on land tax with procedural guidance.

Property Income Manual
Detailed HMRC manual on property income taxation.

Stamp duty land tax
General overview aimed at taxpayers.

Land Registry
Government department responsible for registering titles to land in England and Wales.

Renting out your property
Consumer guide to the taxation element of renting out property.

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