At Fiducia, we tailor our stamp duty land tax (SDLT) strategies to each individual property purchase and client, making sure that every regulation is fully catered for along the way.
We can even make sure to factor in the needs of the multitude of parties with vested interests in the success or failure of the sale, all in cautious adherence to the law laid out by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
How Fiducia can help
We design solutions that ensure that your property tax is managed as effectively as possible, day in, day out – working to the very latest legal requirements and government legislation.
- Mitigate your SDLT liability, saving you and your business up to 60% after fees
- Are fully compliant with the Council of Mortgage Lenders’ requirements
- Don’t require any input from your vendor, don’t require you to notify HMRC and reduce delays in the conveyancing process overall
- Don’t require the payment of fees in advance
- Can be covered by Financial Services Authority-regulated insurers that are also members of the Association of British Insurers
Speak to us today
Get in touch with our team on either 01625 839 125, or using our contact form, to discuss your specific purchasing situation, and what Fiducia can do to help your business save money. You even can get a feel for just how much you can expect to save using our very own SDLT calculator.
“First class conveyancing, first class tax advice, friendly, knowledgeable team. You delivered on your promises and we’re over the moon with both our new house and the saving we made. A big thank you to you and your team.”– Mr Stockton, Manchester
“Excellent service – will use it again next time I move.”– Mr Peterson, Hove, Sussex
“We found your service excellent, we have recommended you to other people and would have no hesitation in consulting you again.”– Mr and Mrs Saxby
“I just wanted to say a huge thank you to you for all your efforts, your professionalism and pro-activity over the last few days in making sure the conveyancing and tax planning was completed so quickly.”– Mrs Jane Rogers, Dorset
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