ICAEW's Tax Faculty's provides a summary of the announcements on property tax in the Autumn Budget 2021.
The annual tax on enveloped dwellings (ATED) will rise by 3.1% from 1 April 2022 in line with the September 2021 CPI.
The rates are as follows:
Charge for tax year 2022/23
|Charge for tax year 2021/22|
More than £500,000, but not more than £1m
|More than £1m, but not more than £2m||£7,700||£7,500|
|More than £2m, but not more than £5m||£26,050||£25,300|
|More than £5m, but not more than £10m||£60,900||£59,100|
|More than £10m, but not more than £20m||£122.250||£118,600|
|More than £20m||£244,750||£237,400|
Note: the charge applies for years beginning on 1 April and ending on 31 March, rather than tax years. There are fixed revaluation dates for all properties and the next date is 1 April 2022, regardless of when the property was acquired.
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The Tax Faculty reflected on the Chancellor's announcements in this essential webinar. Freely available, watch the recording to find out what the Autumn Budget 2021 could mean for you and your clients.