8:33 AM, 16th September 2018, About 4 years ago 2
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Dear [insert your MP’s name]
There is a major discrepancy in the treatment of SME’s in regards to relief at the point of incorporation if a business (ie moving to Limited company status). The problem specifically is Stamp Duty Land Tax.
Relief exists to alleviate Stamp Duty when a partnership transitions into a Limited Company status. The legislation is
However, this legislation does not apply to sole owners of a business, which seems particularly unfair and is restricting the development of UK businesses.
Would you please support a motion to have this matter addressed, preferably by bringing this matter to the attention of the Chancellor ahead of the Autumn 2018 Budget?
[insert your name]
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