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I need advise on stamp duty and if I can claim it back.

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I need advise on stamp duty and if I can claim it back.
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Customer: replied 3 days ago.
I am medically retired from work at 38 from stage 4 breast cancer when my critical illness paid out I bought a few properties for my sons future.
I bought one in 2017 for £92.5k and paid 3% stamp duty at the time. I’m now selling it as change of circumstances I don’t want that property any more but would like to know can I claim stamp duty back. I’ve made a loss overall in this property

Thank you for your reply.

Unfortunately,you cannot claim back stamp duty on a transaction that has already taken place.

Stamp duty cost and other costs associated with buying and selling the property are allowable costs in deteriming overall gain/loss on sale of property. If you have made a loss you should still register it on your tax return to enable you to offset this loss against future gains.

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