SIPP Plans Shelved

This topic contains 5 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by  Anonymous 11 years, 11 months ago.

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  • #51417

    Anonymous
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    Seems from the news this morning the government has shelved plans to launch SIPP’s and people won’t be able to add property to a pension plan

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/4501138.stm

  • #60155

    Anonymous
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    I think that is a good thing. Only the rich would benefit from this. It was a “discriminatory” pension plan, IMO.

  • #60157

    Anonymous
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    It appears to be still attractive to investors as no capital gains tax will be payable on an increase of property value, and no tax on rental income.

  • #60158

    Anonymous
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    damn 😥

  • #60159

    Anonymous
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    There was a big doubt (and may still be) as the whether this is applicable in Spain as there is nor reciprocal tax arrangements. So you may get tax relief in the UK but not in Spain

    Regards
    Kevin

  • #60160

    Anonymous
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    @BOB-B wrote:

    It appears to be still attractive to investors as no capital gains tax will be payable on an increase of property value, and no tax on rental income.

    Wouldn’t you would have to pay tax on rental income in Spain?

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