A UK tax currently levied on the purchase of shares.
A Government tax on your purchase based on the purchase price. Charges are as follows: â€¢ Purchase price 0-Â£60,000 0% â€¢ Â£60,0001 to Â£250,000 1% of the whole purchase price â€¢ Â£250,001 to Â£500,000 3% of the whole purchase price â€¢ Â£500,001 plus 4% of the whole purchase price
A duty, or tax imposed on paper and parchment used for certain writings , as deeds, conveyances, etc., the evidence of the payment of the duty or tax being a stamp.
a tax payable by the buyer of a property, calculated as a percentage of the sale price.
Duty payable to government on particular types of property and share transaction.
A tax on documents relating to specific transactions, share transfers and property transactions. The rates of duty for property are as follows: 0% on under £60,000; 1% £60,000 up to £250,000; 2.5% £250,000 to £500,000; and 3% over £500,000.
Government tax paid on the purchase price of property.
A government tax levied on share dealing.
Duty payable to State Governments on share transactions.
If your property costs more than £60,000 or more you will have to pay a tax called stamp duty, this tax rises as the cost of the property goes up.
A tax charged on purchases of property worth more than £60,000. 1% of purchase price over £60,000, 3% on purchases over £250,000, and 4% on properties worth more than £500,000. This tax is only payable when you buy and, under certain circumstances, when you transfer to another party the ownership of a property, not if you remortgage.
A government tax. Currently the tax is 1% of the property's value, 2.5% for properties valued between £250k - £500k and 3.5% over £500k. Imposed only on houses valued above £60,000.
This is a tax which is levied on the purchase of property. The tax is paid by purchasers and is currently levied at the following rates, which were announced on March 22nd, 2000 by the Chancellor in his budget speech: 1% of property value £60000 - £250000, 3% of property value £250001 - £500000 and 4% of property value £500001 and above. The appropriate rate is paid on the whole purchase price and not just the excess applying to that band i.e. a purchase price of £350000 will attract £10500 stamp duty, being 3% of £350000. Since 30th November 2001, some disadvantaged areas of the UK became liable to stamp duty exemption. To see if the property you are purchasing is eligible for exemption, or for more information, call the Stamp Taxes Helpline on 0845 603 0135 or visit www.inlandrevenue.gov.uk/so/disadvantaged.htm
A tax, currently 0.5%, which you have to pay on all share purchases.
A tax imposed by all Australian States on documents or transactions that affect or record the transfer of the ownership of assets.
This is simply a tax charged by the government, and only affects you if you buy property for more than £120,000. It is paid by the buyer. If you buy for exactly £120,000 you pay nothing in stamp duty; if you pay from £120,001 to £250,000 stamp duty is charged at 1% on the whole of the purchase price. From £250,001 to £500,000 it is charged at 3%, and above £500,000 it is charged at 4%.
1% tax on properties of £60,001 - £250,000, rising to 3% for properties £250,001 - £500,000 and 4% for those over £500,001.
This is a government tax on certain documents, including documents relating to the transfer of land. The cost may change from budget to budget.
Stamp duty is a government tax for the privilege of buying a house. Currently the tax is 1% of the property's value for those valued at between £60,000 and £249,000, 3% for properties valued between £250k - £500k and 5% over £500k.
A tax payable on the purchase of shares, property and businesses. All shares purchases incur 0.5% stamp duty. All other assets are charged at different rates, dependant on their value.
This is a tax levied by the Government. It is payable by the purchaser and the amount payable is dependent on the value of the property. For the current stamp duty rates, please visit the Inland Revenue website.
a government tax on the purchase price. Properties up to £60,000 incur no tax; those up to £250,000 cost 1 per cent; those sold for up to £500,000 cost 3 per cent; and those above £500,000 cost 4 per cent. Payment is made through your solicitor.
Stamp duty is a UK tax on buying shares and is applied as a percentage - currently 0.5% - of the value of any given share transaction. For example, if you buy £1000 of a particular stock you will pay £5 in stamp duty on purchase.
Applies mainly to international equities. Taxes on foreign transactions, usually a percentage of total transaction amount, that can be unilateral or bilateral in nature.
This is an amount of money which is a tax paid to the government when there is a transfer of property. This is calculated as a percentage of the value of the property you intend to buy.
Stamp Duty on Uk Land and Buildings is largely governed by a self assessed tax called stamp duty land tax. It is charged on acquisition, creation surrender, release or variation of any estate, interest, right or power in or over Uk land, or of the benefit of an obligation or condition affecting the value of UK land.
A tax on legal documents, such as conveyances, leases, etc. The stamps, which are either impressed or adhesive, certify payment.
Government land tax charged as a percentage of the purchase price of a property. Charged on all property purchases over £60,000, percentage varies by price.
The tax paid by buyers of property with a value in excess of £60,000, of between 1% and 4% depending on the value of the property.
A government tax on the execution of certain documents, such as the conveyancing of land i.e.property purchases. Stamp duty levels are reviewed in the Budget and currently start at £120,000 for residential property. The tax is payable at mortgage completion and it is important to include this in your budget if applicable.
Stamp Duty on Property Purchase on loan amount a State government tax on mortgage amount. a State government tax on the purchase price of a property.
A tax on buying shares, and other assets like houses, which is proved by the exchange of documents.
All property purchases between £60,000 and £250,000 are taxed at 1% by the government. From £250,000 to £500,000 the tax is 3% and if it is over £500,000 the tax is 4% of the purchase price.
Government tax you have to pay based on the purchase price of a property worth £120,000 or more.
If your property costs more than Â£120,000 you will have to pay a Government tax on the conveyance of your property â€“ the amount due depends on the amount of your property. Stamp duty rates are subject to Government policy and could change in the future.
A tax charged by the state government when a property is purchased. Stamp duty is calculated on the purchase price of the property and is paid by the buyer. Each state and territory has a different rate of duty.
The tax paid by purchasers of property to the government. The amount of tax payable is dependent on the price of the property you purchase. See below: 0 to 120,000* No Tax 120,000 to 250,000 1% of the purchase price 250,000 to 500,000 3% of the purchase price 500,000 plus 4% of the purchase price *in certain wards the threshold is up to £150,000
a tax collected by requiring a stamp to be purchased and attached (usually on documents or publications)
The stamp duty chargeable on transactions on the stock market of Bursa Malaysia is: RM1.00 for RM1,000.00 or fractional part of value of securities (payable by both buyer and seller), and effective 17 March 2003, the stamp duty shall be remitted to the maximum of RM200.00. ii. All instruments relating to the issue of, offer for subscription, or purchase of, or invitation to subscribe or purchase, debentures approved by the Securities Commission under Section 32 of the Securities Commission Act, 1993, and the transfer of such debentures, are exempt from stamp duty.
A government tax payable on completion of the purchase of a property over a certain value
This is the government tax you'll need to pay on any property sale over £120,000.
A 0.5% tax payable on the purchase of UK shares. As they are cash settled, all SG Warrants are exempt from Stamp duty.
This is a Government tax which will affect you if the purchase price for the property is over £60,000. Please note that if you are a Buyer of property which ranges between £60,001 to £250,000 then Stamp Duty will be payable on your purchase of 1% of the purchase price. If you are buying a property which ranges between £250,001 to £500,000 then Stamp Duty is charged at 3% of the purchase price. Anything above £500,000 is charged at 4%. There are a number of properties now which come under the Disadvantaged Areas Exemptions created by the Government and in order for us to advise you whether your property is exempt from Stamp Duty we will need the full postcode.
Revenue raised by governments on written instruments such as agreements, conveyances, transfers of land. When buying a home, the most common types of stamp duty payable are stamp duty on transfer of land and stamp duty on mortgage.
Government tax on the purchase price of a property which currently stands at: 1% between £60,001 and £250,000 3% between £250,001 and £500,000 4% on £500,001 and above These rates are subject to change by the government.
A Government tax you have to pay on the purchase price of any property with a value of £100,000 or more.
A tax paid by the buyer of a property set at 1 per cent for properties over £60,000, 3 per cent for properties over £250,000, 4 per cent for properties over £500,000.
Government levies a duty on certain legal documents and financial contracts.
a charge on certain property and securities transactions levied by state and territory governments.
A tax levied on all property transactions above a set amount, usually £60,000 or more.
Stamp duty is a tax imposed by the government.
A charge on instruments relating tocertain real property and securities transactions levied by governments.
Stamp duty is essentially a charge on certain documents, not transactions. From 1 st December 2003 , Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) replaces stamp duty for land transactions. For land transactions and lease premiums, rates are charged on the whole consideration as follows: Up to £60,000 nil £60,001 to £250,000 1% £250,001 to £500,000 3% More than £500,000 4
A tax paid on a property by the buyer when the value is over £60,000.
Tax payable to the Inland Revenue on a purchase price in excess of £60,000.
A tax paid by the purchaser of the property on the conveyance of the property. It is a tax which is imposed on the documents relating to certain types of transfer.
A government levy payable by the purchaser of a property based on the purchase price subject to contract. All negotiations are subject to exchange of contracts.
Tax that you will pay on share purchases or house purchases. At the time of writing, you will be liable for stamp duty equal to 1% of a properties value if you're purchasing somewhere worth £60,000 or more. If the property is worth £250,000 or more then you'll be looking at stamp duty of 4%.
This State Government tax is paid by the purchaser and is calculated as a percentage of the purchase price.
Stamp duty is a state government tax which is calculated on the sale price of the property. Stamp duty is also payable on mortgage documents and is calculated on the amount borrowed.
A Government duty payable on the purchase of a new or second hand property. It does not apply on new homes where the floor space is equal to or less than 125 square metres (1,346 square feet) and where the home is your only, or main, home for at least 5 years.
This is a tax, which needs to be paid by the person purchasing the property. If the property is under £60,000.00 no payment is required, however, for properties selling at between £60,000.00 and £250,000.00 1% of the purchase price needs to be paid. If the property is valued at between £250,000.00 and £500,000.00, 3% applies and for properties over £500,00.00, the charge is 4%.
A duty payable to the government on the signing of a lease and generally calculated as 0.5% of the annual rent, this charge is usually shared equally by the landlord and the tenant. A tenancy agreement that is not stamped cannot be produced as evidence in a court of law, nor does it protect the landlord or the tenant under the Landlord and Tenant (Consolidation) Ordinance and is therefore virtually useless. For a sale, the amount of stamp duty varies from HK$100 to 3.75% of the purchase price and is paid totally by the purchaser.
Government tax levied on certain legal transactions including the purchase of property.
Tax levied on trading in securities and insurance certificates. This tax is subdivided into the stamp duty on new issues (levied on all companies that issue securities at 2% of the issue price) and the transfer stamp duty (of which the securities dealer and the investors bear half each, the total being 0.15% of the market price for domestic securities and 0.30% for foreign securities).
This is a tax levied on property purchases above a certain amount and on share dealing.
A tax paid to the government when shares are traded
The tax on certain legal documents.
is a type of tax that is imposed on certain transactions.
This is a tax that you pay when you buy properties costing over £60,000. You pay 1% of the property price if it is under £250,000, 3% for properties between £250,000 and £500,000 and 4% for properties over 5%. Stamp Duty was originally created by William of Orange when he was King of England, purely to get more taxes in.
This is a State Government tax assessed on the selling price of the property. Tax varies from state to state.
A state tax on the purchase price and mortgage amount of real estate.
A property tax that is payable on all properties over £60.000.
A form of taxation levied by the government by means of stamps impressed on certain documents. The rate of duty is either fixed in amount or ad valorem, ie proportionate to the value of the property dealt with in the document.
This is a tax that has to be paid by the buyer. It is based on the price of the property purchased as follows:- £60,000 and less - no duty; £60,001-£250,000 - 1% of the price; £250,001-£500,000 - 3% of the price; £500,001 and over - 4% of the price.
There are two types of Stamp Duty. Stamp duty is a state government tax which is payable when a property is transferred. It is calculated on the purchase price of the property and is paid by the buyer. Stamp Duty varies between states and territories. Mortgage Stamp Duty is payable on your mortgage and is calculated on your loan amount.
A tax that the purchaser pays when buying properties which cost over £59,999. This is charged as follows; £59,999 - £249, 998 = 1%, £249,999 - £499,998 = 2.5%, £499,999 and above = 3.5
Includes conveyancing and lease duty (prior to 20 May 1999), cheque duty, credit card duty (prior to 1 April 1998) and approved issuer levy.
This is levied on the purchase price of the property and is also levied on mortgage documents. Some concessions may apply.
A tax paid by the purchaser. Currently there is no Stamp Duty for purchases up to £60,000; 1% of the contract purchase price between £60,001 and £250,000; 2.5% of the total contract purchase price if it is between £250,001 and £500,000; and 3.5% of the total purchase price where the contract sale price is £500,001 or above.
This is tax paid to the government when you buy property costing more than £60,000: 1% of purchase price over £60,000 3% of purchase price over £250,000 4% of purchase price over £500,000
It is the duty/fee payable on the different instruments/documents as per the prescribed rate. This differs from state to state. The adequacy of stamp duty should be ensured to make a document valid and enforceable.
The tax payable on documents, generally at 0.5 per cent. Share transfers.
A tax you must pay on a property when you buy it. The duty must be paid at the point of completion.
Government duty. For example, stamp duty is payable by the buyer on a transfer of land when a property is sold. The amount varies for each State and Territory.
A Government Tax payable by the buyer, on moving if the price of the property exceeds a certain figure - currently £60,000.00.
tax on the transfer of property.
A government tax on share purchases currently levied at the rate of 0.5% for UK stocks and 1% for stocks registered in the Irish Republic.
A Government tax. Revenue raised by means of stamps affixed to written instruments e.g. Deed of Transfer
A Government tax on the sale of land and property which is related to the sale price. At the present time the tax is 1% up to £250,000 3% from £250,000 to £500,000 and 4% over £500,000. Properties with a sale price of less than £60,000 are exempt.
When you transfer assets a tax is collected called stamp duty. It is calculated by the purchase price of a stock in which the buyer has to pay.
A tax you pay on buying things like shares and property. No stamp duty is payable on properties costing less than £60,000 but the charges are 1% for those over £60,000, 3% for those over £250,000 and 4% for those over £500,000. Ouch
A tax you pay on properties which cost over pound;60,000.
A Government tax imposed on the buying of shares and property. Currently, stamp duty on share purchases applies at the rate of 0.5%. Stamp duty only applies to purchases and not to sales.
A duty payable on certain documents involved in the transfer of land and property ownership. The liability falls on the buyer.
Australian Government transaction tax of AUD 0.15 per AUD 100.00 or part AUD 100.00 traded.
U.K. government tax of 0.5 percent paid by the buyer on share transactions. There is no Stamp Duty on CFDs, spread bets or forex transactions.
This is the tax normally paid by the purchaser of a property to the Government. Currently based on the following rates: exempt: if the purchase price of the property is under £120 000* 1% of the purchase price on any sales exceeding £120 000 and under £250 000. 3% of the purchase price on any sales exceeding £250 000 and under £500 000. 4% if the purchase price on any sales exceeding £500 000.*This does not apply if the purchase is part of a larger transaction or series of transactions. Disadvantaged Areas Stamp Duty Exemption may apply for properties within the Government's designated wards. For more information please go to www.inlandrevenue.gov.uk/so
Government tax payable on the purchase of a property above a certain selling price (currently £60,000).
The tenant is responsible for paying any Stamp Duty (SDLT Stamp Duty Land Tax) The starting point is currently is £120,000 in one agreement, therefore unless for example the rental (without any gardening / cleaning or other additions included) is under £10,000 a month there will not be any Stamp Duty Land Tax to pay.
A tax imposed when buying a property. Currently, this is one per cent of the full purchase price when the property is more than £60,000, three per cent over £250,000 and four per cent over £500,000.
A tax imposed by the Government on all house sales over a certain threshold, which is reviewed by the Chancellor each year. The threshold is currently Â£120,000.
The most galling thing about buying a property is not paying the estate agentâ€™s fees, but signing the cheque for the stamp duty. Sadly, itâ€™s unavoidable: your solicitor canâ€™t complete the transaction without collecting the duty on behalf of the government. Up to Â£120,000 - nil Â£120,001 to Â£250,000 - 1% Â£250,001 to Â£500,000 - 3% of the purchase price More than Â£500,000 - 4% of the purchase price Find out more about all the fees and costs you need to take into consideration when buying property at auction with our Property Auction Calculator.
A tax (currently 1%) paid on the purchase of properties costing more than Â£60,000.
A property tax paid to the government when buying a property. Can vary and there are exemptions.
A sliding scale of tax paid to the government on the purchase price of any property costing £120,000 or more. Between £120,001 and £250,000 it's set at 1%. From £250,001 to £500,000 it's 3% and for properties valued at more than £500,000 it's 4%.
This is a tax payable on the purchase of a property by the purchaser. For properties with a purchase price of up to £60,000, no stamp duty is charged. For properties between £60,000 and £250,000, 1% stamp duty is payable on the purchase price. For properties between £250,000 and £500,000 it is 3% and for properties over £500,000 it is 4%.
This is a duty levied by Government on certain legal documents and financial contracts.
A tax levied on the purchaser of securities bought in paper form. The UK rate is 0.5%(1.5% on the creation of depositary receipts) of the consideration value rounded to the next 50p. The liability arises on the trade date.
This is a State Government tax assessed on the selling price of the property. Each state has different rules and calculations. To estimate the amount of stamp duty you may have to pay, use our Stamp Duty calculator
A tax you pay on properties which cost over £125,000. This is charged as follows: Property value 125k - 250k stamp duty = 1% Property value 250k - 500k stamp duty = 3% Property value 500k+ stamp duty = 4% So a property costing £127,500 would have stamp duty of £1275. From 30th November 2001, stamp duty exemption is available for the purchase of property in certain designated disadvantaged areas of the UK.
A government tax of 1% of the full purchase price of a property costing between £60,000 and £250,000; 2.5% on those costing £250,001 to £500,000; and 3.5% where the price is £500,001 or more.
Land Tax (commonly known simply as Stamp Duty) - You pay Stamp Duty Land Tax on property like houses, flats, other buildings and land. If the purchase price is £120,000 or less, you don't pay any Stamp Duty Land Tax. If the price is more than £120,000, you pay between one and four per cent of the whole purchase price, on a sliding scale. Upto £120,000 - No duty payable£120,001 to £250,000 - 1% duty payable*£250,001 to £500,000 - 3% duty payable£500,001 and over - 4% duty payable *If you're buying a property an area designated by the government as 'disadvantaged', you don't pay any Stamp Duty Land Tax if the purchase price is £150,000 or less. Did you know? Stamp Duty was originally introduced by William of Orange when he was King of England.
the tax payable on the purchase of a property
A government tax on buying properties costing more than Â£120,000.
A 1% tax you pay on properties which cost between £59,999 and £249,998. For properties between £249,999 and £499,998 the tax rises to 2.5%. Over £499,999 and the tax is 3.5%.
This is a government tax charged on properties with a purchase price in excess of £60,000. Properties are charged: 1% from £60,000 to £250,000, 3% from £250,000 to £500,000 4% above £500,000. Stamp Duty is not payable on re-mortgages.
This is a government tax charged on properties with a purchase price in excess of £120,000. Properties are charged 1% from £120,000 to £250,000, 3% from £250,000 to £500,000 and 4% above £500,000. It is not payable on remortgages.
This is a Government tax which is levied when a property is purchased. The tax is paid by a property purchaser and is currently charged at the following rates: 1% - £60,000-£250,000 3% - £250,001-£500,000 4% - £500,001 and above It should be noted that the rate is paid on the whole purchase price and not just on the slice, e.g. £500,001 requires stamp duty of £20,000 to be paid. This is 4% of £500,001.
A State Government tax on financial transactions, calculated according to the sale value.
Stamp duty is a tax on the transfer documents for certain types of transaction. Examples are the buying of shares, patent rights and properties.
The UK tax on the buying of shares and other assets, such as houses.
A tax charged to buyers purchasing properties for more than Â£125,000.00
A tax payable by the buyer on a property bought for a sum in excess of £60,000. The current tax rate is 1% of the purchase value between £60,001-£250,000, 3% between 250,001-£500,000 and 4% above £500,001.
All property purchases over £60,000 is taxed 1% by the government. See fee, arrangement fee, fees added to loan, booking fee, conveyancing fee, land registry fees, IGP and valuation fee.
This is a government tax charged on the purchase of a property. 1% up to £250,000, 3% from £250,000 to £500,000 and 4% above £500,000. Remortgages, properties valued £120,000 or less and certain disadvantaged Post Code areas not more than £150,000 are exempt. You can search these on http://www.inlandrevenue.gov.uk/so/disadvantaged.htm
A tax levied on certain legal transactions, these include share dealing and the purchase of property.
This is a form of tax which may have to be paid on the purchase price.
Stamp duty is a tax levied on share dealings and house purchases. The current rate levied on share dealings is 0.5%.
State government tax payable at settlement calculated on the sale price
When moving to another home, this is a one-off tax which you are required to pay on properties costing over £60,000.
Refers to the duty charged by the government when buying property. The charges vary according to level, from 1% for properties valued at GBP60,000 to GBP 250,000; to 4% for properties valued at GBP500,001 and above.
This is a government tax charged when purchasing a property - see our information page for more details.
This is a tax payable on purchases above a level set by the government. The amount depends on the purchase price of the property. Stamp duty may also be payable upon a remortgage where there is a transfer of ownership.
The scourge of the private investor, stamp duty is a tax levied on all share purchases (not sales) at a current rate of 0.5 per cent. It is also levied on house purchases, with a tiered rate system according to the value of the property being bought.
a state government tax on a mortgage amount and purchase price
tax on transactions. Only applied to specific types of transactions eg dealings in land and buildings, shares and ships.
This is a government tax on the price paid for a property.
A government tax payable by every home buyer of a property over £60k. Duty is charged at 1% for homes priced between £60k and £250k. The rate is 3% for homes over £250k but not more than £500k. For homes over £500k the rate is 4%.
Tax at 1/2% on purchase of equities.
A tax on a formal document such as an insurance policy that may be paid by affixing or impressing a stamp.
A Government tax on the purchase of shares. Stamp Duty is not paid on the eventual sale of the shares.
This is the tax paid by the purchaser of a property to the Government in the UK. Currently based on the following rates:(from March 2006 Budget)Up to £125,000 - nil £125,001 to £250,000 - 1% £250,001 to £500,000 - 3% More than £500,000 - 4
A tax that is deducted when purchasing ordinary shares, and preference shares (equities).
Stamp duty is taxable by the buyer on the value of the property at the time of purchase.
A duty charged on the transfer of various types of property, shares being one of them. Only payable by the purchaser and is charged at a percentage rate, which is currently 0.5% of the value of your purchase.
An ad valorem duty, currently 0.5%, on purchases and certain transfers of UK shares. Levied by the government and payable by the buyer only.
This is government tax paid when buying a home. Structural Survey This is usually carried out on second hand homes by a surveyor to examine the property's structure and assess any structural problems.
A government tax on the sale of land and property which is related to the sale price. At the present time the tax is 1% from £120000 to 250000, 3% from £250000 to £500000 and 4% over £500000. Some property is exempt from Stamp Duty.
A State Government Tax. Stamp duty is payable for both purchase of property, and mortgages. For contracts of sale it is calculated according to the sale value on the contract. For mortgages, it is calculated on the amount secured by a mortgage. Stamp duty is also applicable for Lenders Mortgage Insurance (LMI).
This is a tax levied by the government when assets (shares or Property) are purchased.
State government tax, based on the sale price of a property, paid when property ownership is transferred.
This is a tax that is to be paid on the purchase of property. No stamp duty is payable on properties costing less than £60,000, but the charges are 1% for hose over £60,000, 3% for those over £250,000 and 4% for those over £500,000.
A government tax on buying a home. See Stamp Duty Calculator
A tax paid by the purchaser of the property on conveyancing. It is related to the price paid by the purchaser.
This is a tax payable to the inland revenue on most transfers of property. The amount of stamp duty paid on each transaction is dependent upon the value of the property.
Stamp Duty may be described as revenue that is imposed on various types of instruments such as transfers and agreements for the sale of real estate, mortgages and insurance policies
A Government Tax which is charged as a percentage of the purchase price of all property transactions in the UK .
Transfers of property ownership incur a Government levy. The rates currently payable are: * Â£0-120,000: Nothing payable * Â£121,001 - 250,000: 1% of full purchase price * Â£250,0001 - 500,000: 3% of full purchase price * Â£500,001 or more: 4% of full purchase price Figures are subject to change according to Government legislation
A charge on certain property and securities transactions levied by the State Government.
Tax paid by the buyer of a property set at 1% for properties over £60k, 3% for properties over £250k and 4% for properties over £500k.
A tax you pay on properties which cost over the current amount.
Government tax on transfers of property in excess of £120,000. Duty is stepped in line with the property purchase price. 1% of the full purchase price between £120,001 and £250,000, 3% of the full purchase price between £250,001 and £500,000 4% on the full purchase price above £500,000. Not payable on remortgages.
tax imposed on written instruments ie in a conveyance
A tax you pay on buying shares (0.5%) or buying properties (1%). In the latter case, stamp duty starts to be charged at £60,000.
A tax on the purchase of shares – at 0.5% of the value – and on the purchase of property. For shares the tax is a flat rate. In the case of property, there is no duty up to £60,000. From £60,001 to £250,000 the duty is 1%, and rises to 3% of the value to £500,000, and 4% above £500,000.
A tax paid by the person buying a property. The tax rate is based on the purchase price: Property purchase Stamp duty Over £125,000 Over £250,000 Over £500,000
A duty payable to the Inland Revenue on the whole of the purchase price for a home, where the purchase exceeds £120,000. For purchases between £120,001 and £250,000, the duty payable is 1%. For purchases between £250,001 and £500,000 the duty payable is 3%, and for purchases over £500,001, the duty is 4%. Stamp duty is payable by the purchaser.
The tax a buyer pays on the value of a UK property if it costs over £60,000.
In the UK, a tax levied on the purchase of shares.
A tax charged on the transfer of an asset.... more on Stamp duty
Purchase Tax on UK shares. Gilts are exempt. Currently 0.5%. SDRT (Stamp Duty Reserve Tax) payable on non-physical securities.
A duty (like a tax) charged by Australian states on certain transactions. For example, stamp duty will be payable on the purchase of a property or the transfer of certain other assets. The rate of stamp duty payable is different in each state.
An amount of money you have to pay to the government when you buy a property.
A State Government charge levied on certain property and securities transactions.
This is a government levy, payable by the purchaser of the property. When the stamp duty has been paid off, an official embossed stamp will be placed on the document of sale. Payment is based on the purchase price of the property. Stamp duty is also levied on some mortgage deeds and some insurance policies.
Stamp duty is a government tax of 0.5% paid by the buyer on all share transactions. There is NO Stamp Duty with CFDs.
A state government tax imposed on the sale of real estate.It is determined by the sale value, and it varies between states.
A tax imposed on various instruments (on which a stamp is impressed or fixed.
a state tax on conveyance based on the value of the property
A government tax on the price you pay for your home.
A tax on the purchase of shares, securities, and the purchase of land and/or buildings. For shares and securities the rate is 0.5%. In the case of land and buildings the rate varies according to value. In 2006/2007, for residential property, there is no duty up to £125,000. From £125,001 to £250,000 the duty is 1%, and rises to 3% of the value to £500,000, and 4% above £500,000. In 2006/2007, for residential property in disadvantaged areas, there is no duty up to £150,000. From £150,001 to £250,000 the duty is 1%, and rises to 3% of the value to £500,000, and 4% above £500,000. This is based on our current understanding of taxation, legislation and HM Revenue and Customs practice, all of which are liable to change.
Stamp duty is a form of tax that is levied on documents. Typically, a physical stamp (a tax stamp) must be attached to or impressed upon the document to denote that stamp duty has been paid before the document becomes legally effective.