Budget 2014: Budget reaction & impact


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  • Saturday, 26 Oct 2013

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Real property gains tax

The Government will increase the real property gains tax from next year in a bid to curb speculation in the housing sector. The move together with the developer interest bearing scheme are designed to cool the rise in property prices and should not penalise first time home buyers from purchasing their home.

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