Almost all property transactions have taxation and business consequences and the rules never seem to stay the same for very long. In the last 12 months we have seen radical changes to stamp duty land tax and yet more changes are proposed for:
All this combined with major alterations to the lending criteria imposed by banks and other finance providers is creating an ever changing landscape for property transactions. Keeping on top of everything has never been more difficult or more important.
At Thomas Westcott we have many years of experience dealing with a vast array of property problems, providing both simple and innovative solutions as each case demands. As well as keeping on top of changing legislation for you.
Our newly formed Property and Construction Group has been setup to provide a focus for our expertise in Property owning and construction to bring together all our knowledge so that we can effectively share it with each other and with you. We have links with many bankers, estate agents and solicitors so not only do we have answers we also have the contacts to get you the best advice when you have questions that are not within our areas of expertise.
Whether you want to know about the VAT consequences of a construction project or are looking to sell a second home or anything in between we are here to help.
HMRC have announced that the implementation of the VAT Domestic Reverse Charge for CIS Construction services is to be postponed until 1 October 2020.
From 1 October 2019, HM Revenue and Customs will introduce a VAT reverse charge on certain building and construction services. This measure will mean that the customers will be liable to account for the VAT in respect of those purchases, rather th...
At Thomas Westcott we go the extra mile to share our expertise and advice with our clients, and none more so than for our long-standing client, Woodlands Retreats.
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