The Minister for Finance has published the Finance Bill 2012. The Bill includes provisions previously announced in the Minister's Budget Speech in December as well as additional provisions not previously announced. Amongst the measures in the Bill are a number of new ones relating to Stamp Duty. These include: Stamp Duty will be placed on a full self assessment basis. Instruments will be required to be stamped within 30 days of a transaction and the adjudication procedure will be abolished. Revenue will have power to make assessments and new audit and appeal procedures will be introduced. Relief from Stamp Duty will be available...
Stamp Duty Proposals In Finance Bill
|Author:||Matheson Ormsby Prentice Asset Management and Investment Funds Group|
|Profession:||Matheson Ormsby Prentice|
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