Property taxes in the UK and the regions

August 08, 2016 1:38 AM

Property taxes impose a substantial burden on taxpayers across the country, despite frequent claims that property in the United Kingdom is undertaxed.

This paper presents data showing how property taxes vary across regions compared to estimates of regional GDP, how their composition between Council Tax, business rates and stamp duty falls, and how UK property taxes compare among other OECD countries.

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