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Stamp Duty Changes 'saving Buyers £1,300'

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Stamp Duty Changes 'Saving Buyers £1,300'

You are now saving money when you buy a house!!!!!

"Figures suggest" - who's figures ?

....

"according to figures from the Mortgage Advice Bureau." - Ahhhhhh. GO figure.

How much has FLS/HTB1/HTB2/2000-2007 debt fraud, actually cost buyers?

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Someone gets it...




"What does one have to do to get a comment posting on here pointing out that the government has cost buyes 10's of 1000's of pounds with their tax payer backed HTB1/HTB2/FLS and the worst of all BTL schemes ? All of which do nothing to help affordability and everything to prop up prices and keep the rich rich.. Why would the 2nd london ( tax payer funded ) home owning MPs not do anything to stop a massive price bubble in london housing ?



We have a government using tax payers money to make the rich richer and make the poor pay more for basic shelter. Shameful and quite possibly corrupt."


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Someone gets it...

"What does one have to do to get a comment posting on here pointing out that the government has cost buyes 10's of 1000's of pounds with their tax payer backed HTB1/HTB2/FLS and the worst of all BTL schemes ? All of which do nothing to help affordability and everything to prop up prices and keep the rich rich.. Why would the 2nd london ( tax payer funded ) home owning MPs not do anything to stop a massive price bubble in london housing ?

We have a government using tax payers money to make the rich richer and make the poor pay more for basic shelter. Shameful and quite possibly corrupt."

It's a great comment!

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It's a great comment!

It gets better worse.

"Mean while, back on planet earth, the reality remains.

I bought my son his first property last year, i'll not quote what the SD was, but it was significant. Check this out for yourself, pen & paper handy, you'll pay 102.4% tax during your entire life, that does include your exit also.

You are taxed left, right & centre & then even more.

The UK has now, seriously, reached it's tax maximum ceiling and it is going to suffer for this."

His planet earth is different from the 99%-ers !!!!

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The old 'saving money' argument because we are not taking so much off you.

As good as the held back tax rise that saves you money (petrol tax for example).

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