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Autumn Statement

 
 
The Chancellor of the Exchequer made his autumn statement on 3 December.  The main headline was the reform of Stamp Duty Land Tax for residential properties with lower rates than the new Scottish system which is to be introduced from April 2015.
 
Saffery Champness has produced a briefing on the highlights from the Autumn Statement including the new taxes on residential property, information on personal taxes and corporate taxation, which can be found here:-
 
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