For decade’s home owners with or without mortgages have been easy taxation targets by successive Governments.  If in doubt, to raise more taxes, certain Political Parties resort to the time honoured predictable approach of taxing family homes on the basis of value rather than the ability for the owner to pay. And even more worrying the property value banding assessments politicians base tax levies on, are completely out of date and wholly discriminatory. Its time for reform to make it fairer, progressive and workable!
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The Labour Party and the Liberal Democrats Mansion Tax is now dead thanks to your help. The current taxation of the family home through Council Tax, Stamp Duty, IHT and Capital Gains remains unbalanced, punitively unfair and ill-thought out. Instead of trying to be fair politcians are out of touch with a common sense equitable solution staring them in the face.....

56,118 supporters of more equitable home taxation have signed up to the FairHomeTax Campaign. They are calling on MPs to make family home taxation fairer and to debate this issue in Parliament now.   The FairHomeTax Campaign is not fighting for lower taxes per se, but for fairer and equitable taxation for all UK Home owners. It's now time to review the whole taxation system on our family homes and to say no to Labour's Mansion Tax.

Independent CEBR Research showing Mansion Tax is unworkable and ineffective

A Fairer more progressive way to raise revenue to help the NHS

Taxing Empty Homes, buy to Let reparations and non-domiciled overseas owners
Stamp Duty
The Mansion Purchase Tax has been reformed due in part to our recent campaigning.

From midnight on 3rd December, the new rates of stamp duty will only apply to the amount of the purchase price that falls within the particular duty band, making it more like income tax.

In other words, someone buying a house for £200,000 will pay nothing on the first £125,000, and then 2% of the next £75,000, giving them a bill of £1500. Previously they would have paid 1% on the total purchase price, giving them a bill of £2,000.

Thus although the percentage rates appear higher in some cases, the overall charge will mostly be lower

Council Tax
"The British Property Federation (BPF) is urging all political parties to commit to a full revaluation of council tax in their election manifestos in light of research which shows that the council tax system needs to be restored to fairness – an exercise that is not as scary as politicians might think.  

The BPF suggests that additional income generated by reform be spent on affordable housing in or near to the areas in which it was raised. This would help areas of the UK, London in particular, to meet affordable housing requirements and maintain a level of diversity that a Mansion Tax would not achieve."

The figures show that a full revaluation would not lead to large amounts of the population being out of pocket, the BPF is urging governments not to shy away from undertaking it.




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The Campaign for Fairer Tax on UK Homes is run by Howard Cox, the founder of the FairFuelUK Campaign.  Howard Cox is a staunch campaigner for stimulating the economy, motivating consumers and fighting unfair taxation. FairFuelUK, is the Nationally Recognised Award Winning Campaign fighting for lower petrol & diesel prices and is widely accredited with stopping £30 billion of road user taxes being levied on businesses & public in this Parliament. Without FairFuelUK prices at the pumps would be over £1.60 per litre. Its time for all Parties to recognise that the family home is not the tax cash cow for their spending aspirations. A property taxation reform is long overdue.


Yes I will
Great News there will be no Mansion Tax

BUT

Property Taxation is still in a mess and unfair.

Help us to convince the new Government to take a fresh review at the levies on family homes and look at reforming it for the benefit of all home-owners
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FairHomeTax CEBR Report into Council Tax as a Fairer Alternative to Mansion Tax