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Title: Revenue-based Taxes and Benefits: Stamp Duties - Stamp Duties (Tables 15.1-15.5) Sept 2009

Release date: 30 September 2009 at 9:30am
Theme: Economy | Department: HM Revenue and Customs | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Parliamentary Constituency | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: Provides general information on all HMRC taxes, including tax receipts, the number of taxpayers, personal tax credits, child benefit and estimates of the cost of tax expenditures and structural relief.

Title: Revenue-based Taxes and Benefits: Stamp Duties - (Tables 15.1-15.5) Sept 2010

Release date: 30 September 2010 at 9:30am
Theme: Economy | Department: HM Revenue and Customs | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Parliamentary Constituency | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: Provides general information on all HMRC taxes, including tax receipts, the number of taxpayers, personal tax credits, child benefit and estimates of the cost of tax expenditures and structural relief.

Title: Revenue-based Taxes and Benefits: Stamp Duties - September 2011

Release date: 30 September 2011 at 9:30am
Theme: Economy | Department: HM Revenue and Customs | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Parliamentary Constituency | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: Provides general information on all HMRC taxes, including tax receipts, the number of taxpayers, personal tax credits, child benefit and estimates of the cost of tax expenditures and structural relief.

Title: Revenue-based Taxes and Benefits: Stamp Duties - Number of property transaction completions over 40,000

Release date: 21 November 2013 at 9:30am
Theme: Economy | Department: HM Revenue and Customs | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Parliamentary Constituency | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: Provides general information on all HMRC taxes, including tax receipts, the number of taxpayers, personal tax credits, child benefit and estimates of the cost of tax expenditures and structural relief.