If you have purchased a property in the last 6-years, chances are that you may have paid too much stamp duty
SDLT is a complex and often misunderstood area of tax. Constantly changing legislation has resulted in thousands of buyers potentially overpaying Stamp Duty on their property purchases every month.
It’s little known, but HMRC allow retrospective amendments and claims for overpayments to be made which is where we can help. We offer prospective clients a free health check of their property purchases and if we believe they’ve overpaid Stamp Duty, we’ll reclaim it for them on a No Win No Fee basis.
Official guidance suggests that over the last 6-years as many as 9 million property transactions have taken place, with perhaps as many as 40% or 3.5 million of these being filed incorrectly and potentially resulting in overpaid SDLT.
If you or your business has purchased high-value residential, commercial or mixed use property or you’ve purchased land to re-develop since 2010, simply get in touch with some very brief details of the property you purchased, the price and the amount of SDLT you paid. We’ll then review your cirumstances and get back to you promptly with a full proposal.
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