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Guest Charlie The Tramp

From my earlier reply in another thread.

In another extraordinary u-turn, the Chancellor is now proposing that SIPP holders can invest directly in student halls of residence and indirectly in other residential property within a syndicate of just eleven or more members, reports Assetz.

Last week, the details of the definition and tax treatment of residential property within SIPPs were divulged in Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (HMRC) Guidance Notes. These are only draft documents at this stage but are expected to become law as part of the Finance Act in July 2006.

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