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Revealed: the cost of moving house tops £10,400

Unexpected costs of moving can add thousands of pounds to property prices, with Londoners paying even more. Find out what you need to budget for.

12 things you might have missed from the Autumn Budget 2018

Find out 12 key changes that you might have missed from the Autumn Budget 2018 which could significantly affect your finances from next year.

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Autumn Budget 2018: new Help to Buy scheme to be launched for first-time buyers

All the key property announcement from today's Budget, including a new Help to Buy scheme, shared ownership stamp duty cuts and tax changes for landlords.

Revealed: the cities where first-time buyers stamp duty is helping most

First-time home buyers have saved an estimated £159m since stamp duty relief was introduced in England and Northern Ireland in November last year.

Have you overpaid on your stamp duty bill?

Which? explores the main reasons why home buyers have wrongly paid the 3% stamp duty surcharge brought in for buy-to-let investment properties.

Stamp duty slashed for 69,000 first-time buyers

Four months after the first-time buyer stamp duty reforms were introduced, Which? explains how it works, who qualifies and how much you can save.

New Welsh stamp duty rates apply from today

A new version of stamp duty - Land Transaction Tax (LTT) - now applies in Wales. Find out how much you'll pay under the new system with our LTT calculator.

Stamp duty around the UK: who gets the best deal?

With a swathe of recent stamp duty reforms around the UK, we look at how the tax varies between countries and assess where homebuyers could save the most.

Tax Scotland

Scottish Budget: income tax system to be overhauled

Income tax rates are set to be overhauled in Scotland, with cuts for low earners, hikes for high earners, and new tax bands to be brought in.

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Autumn Budget stamp duty cut: are first-time buyers better off?

In last week's Autumn Budget, stamp duty was abolished for first-time buyers on homes under £300,000. But which buyers are set to benefit most?

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