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I had planned to buy some agricultural land in 2006 but I did not proceed as the price of land at the time was excessive. I believe that prices are now at a reasonable level and I would now like to buy some agricultural land. I would like some advice on the likely taxes I may have to pay. I bought 10 acres of land several years ago and I paid very high stamp duty at a rate of 9 per cent, has this changed? Are there any other taxes I should be aware of, eg Capital Gains Tax?

Shoulda, woulda, coulda?

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For that increasingly rare breed, the first time buyer, now may be the moment to alert you to one or two issues which could assist your decision making process and more specifically, whether now is the time to take that leap into property ownership (or not).

Budget brings good news to the property market

An important change in stamp duty was announced in last week’s Budget, according to Michelle Burke of Premier Properties.

Tips for first time buyers

A first-time buyer is someone who has not previously either individually or jointly, purchased or built, on his or her own behalf, a house in Ireland or abroad. Where there is more than one purchaser, each must come within the scope of the definition in order to avail of stamp duty exemptions. In addition, it must be your principal private residence and no rent, other than rent under the stamp duty rent a room arrangements, can be derived from the property for two years after the date of the current purchase.

Is there an amnesty for stamp duty?

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A guide for first time buyers

A first-time buyer is someone who hasn't previously, either individually or jointly, purchased or built, on his or her own behalf, a house in Ireland or abroad. Where there is more than one purchaser, each must come within the scope of the definition in order to avail of stamp duty exemptions. In addition, it must be your principal private residence and no rent, other than rent under the stamp duty rent a room arrangements, can be derived from the property for two years after the date of the current purchase.

A guide for first time buyers

A first-time buyer is someone who has not previously, either individually or jointly, purchased or built on his or her own behalf a house in Ireland or abroad. Where there is more than one purchaser, each must come within the scope of the definition in order to avail of stamp duty exemptions. In addition, it must be your principal private residence and no rent, other than rent under the stamp duty rent a room arrangements, can be derived from the property for two years after the date of the current purchase.

 

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