Double capital gains tax, says government review, as London property prices fall
Buy to let landlords and property investors could be hit with another tax blow to the solar plexus.
Someone has to pay for all of this money they are printing and throwing around, so why not even investors saving for their retirement? Who is going to have sympathy for them?
Estate agents report a sharp fall in activity and asking prices in the London property market.
Larger houses in the suburbs are in demand but the flats and London properties sales are sluggish and have dropped off sharply since the summer mini-boom.
UK economy recovered in the third quarter but slowed after the end of the heat out to help out campaign ended.
UK economy recovers in third-quarter but is expected to slow in the last quarter following the second lockdown.
Last week, the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak announced a raft of new stimulus measures, which could cost the Treasury £6billion on top of billions already spent this year propping up the economy.
Mr Sunak also increased grants for self-employed workers to 40 per cent of the average profits, up to a maximum of £3,750 a month, which could cost about £3billion.
Government borrowing was revealed to be running at £1billion a day during the pandemic.
- New Job Support Scheme
- Welsh Government lockdown
- UK state pension age rises to 66
- Emergency help for energy bills – Ofgem
- How a crash will affect your pension plan
- House prices rise will reach all time high
- How to avoid bankruptcy in business
- Is this the end of office work as we know it?
- Why live in expensive town centres anymore?
- Thousands trapped in unsellable leasehold flats
- Government extends ban on landlords evicting tenants
- Self-employed, have you claimed your government grant?
- Why UK Property prices rising after stamp duty cut, despite the downturn?
- New planning rules will open up more opportunities to make money in property
- You can create a second income during the lockdown…and come out stronger
- Learn how to make money from property without deposits, mortgages or cash
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