Radical stamp duty reform would pay for itself, says think tank

The Centre for Policy Studies reiterates the case for a wholesale rethink of stamp duty ahead of next month’s Budget; research paper argues that cutting the ‘hated’ tax would significantly boost transactions and housebuilding, allowing the Treasury to recoup between 60-95% of the resulting lost revenue.

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