Stamp Duty

This article explains the difference between Stamp Duty Land Tax and Stamp Duty Reserve Tax

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Stamp Duty Land Tax

Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) is levied by HMRC on purchases of real estate. Every Yielders property has a provision for Stamp Duty Land Tax in the fundraise for the acquisition of the property. For each asset that Yielders structures, this means a 3% levy on the agreed purchase price, as seen on the financial statement below. For a full briefing of Stamp Duty Land Tax, click the picture for information from HMRC's website.

Stamp Duty Reserve Tax

Stamp Duty Reserve Tax (SDRT) is levied by HMRC on share transfers of £1000 or more. This means that if you buy shares in a transaction of £1000 or more, you will be charged a fee of 0.05% of the transaction, rounded to the nearest £5. For more information about SDRT, see our FAQ here:

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