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Business rates structural review will be 'fiscally neutral', says UK Treasury

The UK government will consider structural changes to the way in which business rates payable on commercial properties across England are calculated as part of a "radical review" of the current system, it has announced. 17 Mar 2015

'Clouds on the horizon' for real estate tax, says expert

The outcome of the General Election should not result in significant change for the property industry, but the new diverted profits tax and possible future restrictions on interest deductibility represent "a few clouds on the horizon" for property tax, an... 13 Mar 2015

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French real estate holdings through Luxembourg vehicles may need to be revisited, says expert

Structures for  investments from overseas investors in French real estate that involve Luxembourg vehicles may need to be restructured if an expected change to the double tax treaty between France and Luxembourg takes effect, an expert has said. 09 Mar 2015

New UK diverted profits tax could apply to real estate transactions, says expert

Real estate transactions involving non-UK resident companies could be caught by the UK's new diverted profits tax, even though they are not the intended target of the legislation, said John Christian  a tax expert at Pinsent Masons. 05 Feb 2015

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Expertise in Real Estate Tax

Property transactions present a large number of complex taxation issues whether those involved are property owners, developers, tenants, banks, investors or the public sector. Tax charges can significantly affect the return and, in some cases, can make a project commercially non-viable.

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