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Topic: Re:Re:Re:Re:Mansion tax?
Posted by: Charles Campbell
Date/Time: 10/10/14 22:57:00

Well, one solution is to pay capital gains tax on one's personal residence when it is sold like other countries.  However, if you purchase a new home with the same proceeds you received on the sale - then the CGT gets deferred onto the new home.  You also would get tax deductions for repairs etc. off the sales price

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Mansion tax?07/10/14 15:59:00 Katrina Black
   Re:Mansion tax?07/10/14 16:17:00 Richard Greenhough
      Re:Re:Mansion tax?07/10/14 21:01:00 Katrina Black
      Re:Re:Mansion tax?07/10/14 21:30:00 Julian Pavey
   Re:Mansion tax?07/10/14 21:22:00 Richard Jennings
      Re:Re:Mansion tax?08/10/14 16:17:00 Charles Campbell
      Re:Re:Mansion tax?08/10/14 21:37:00 Ed Yelland
   Re:Mansion tax?07/10/14 22:26:00 Keith Iddon
      Re:Re:Mansion tax?07/10/14 22:48:00 Dave William
   Re:Mansion tax?08/10/14 20:52:00 Katrina Black
      Re:Re:Mansion tax?09/10/14 10:01:00 Sam Hearn
         Re:Re:Re:Mansion tax?10/10/14 18:17:00 Katrina Black
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Mansion tax?10/10/14 22:57:00 Charles Campbell
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Mansion tax?10/10/14 23:18:00 David Roberts

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