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Property matters: A tax of unintended consequences

This time last year, it all looked so simple. A meteoric rise in property prices in prime central London and a favourable investment climate for buy-to-let lenders were seen as two ideal ways of adding to the Treasury's coffers at a time when the government's timetable on reducing the budget deficit was coming under increased scrutiny.

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By Jonas Crosland,
03 November 2016

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Jonas Crosland is a companies writer, and covers the life insurance sector, asset managers, general financial as well as construction and house building.

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