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pam57


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Message Posted:
26/12/2011 09:56

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Does anyone know if there is going to be another amnesty on property tax?



Deniz1


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Message Posted:
26/12/2011 11:15

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According to my avokat not at the moment.



pam57


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Message Posted:
31/12/2011 14:33

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thanks, I will keep checking



sylvie


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Message Posted:
31/12/2011 21:06

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wHY should you have an amnisty while the others are paying ! pay what you own is the best what ever the country you live in - and comparing to our countries property tax is peanuts so ......



scruff


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Message Posted:
31/12/2011 21:20

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msg 4

Don't know whether you are talking about the same property tax in your posting?

The original poster is clearly asking about the property tax payable on the transfer of kocan. This is not peanuts here & at 6% now on the total value of the property is way higher than in the UK. which has a maximum tax of 5% only on properties costing more than 1 million & isn't charged all on properties costing less than 125k & then not charged to first time buyers. With scales payments for higher house prices.

As a percentage of the total cost of the property here, also subject to VAT at 5%, I don't think I'd call it peanuts.............

In many cases here the buyer ends up paying the builders stopaj tax as well & also pays to register the contract initially.

When all these taxes are added together the total now is approaching 20%. Quite ludicrous IMO.



Deniz1


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31/12/2011 21:35

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Quite so Msg 5. A sure way of killing off the already sick property market here.



scruff


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31/12/2011 21:43

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I don't know about killing off.......... I think the property market had already died.



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