According to Which, stamp duty land tax is a United Kingdom tax that is payable upon the purchase of any residential property that costs more than £125,000. As of 2014, stamp duty rates vary from 1 to 7 percent, dependin... More » Business & Finance Taxes

Stamp Duty Land Tax, or SDLT, is charged on all property bought in the United Kingdom, including houses, flats, other buildings and land. However, the SDLT rate is zero percent until the price of the property is higher t... More » Business & Finance Taxes

Stamp duty land tax is applicable on most purchases and transfers of commercial property. Commercial and mixed-use properties that have a value up to 150,000 British pounds with annual rents of less than 1,000 pounds are... More » Business & Finance Taxes
similar articles

Stamp duty land tax is generally payable on the amount of equity transferred if the transfer involved an exchange of items of economic value such as money, the buyout of a mortgage or an exchange of stocks for equity in ... More » Business & Finance Taxes

Stamp duty land tax, or SLDT, replaced stamp duty in the UK and took effect on Dec. 1, 2003. Land and building transactions in the UK require payment of SLDT. More » Business & Finance Taxes

Stamp duty land tax is paid by the buyer of a property on a transaction of more than 125,000 British pounds. The stamp duty tax charged is typically between 1 percent and 7 percent of the entire purchase price. More » Business & Finance Real Estate

The threshold on stamp duty land tax varies depending on the property and value of the transaction. For residential transactions up to 125,000 GBP, the stamp duty tax is zero, as of 2014. Residential transactions between... More » Business & Finance Mail & Shipping