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Tax haven property markets thrive as political scrutiny grows

(Reuters) - A judicial crackdown and mounting political pressure on legal tax avoidance are failing to deter companies from setting up in European tax havens.

Assessed value of Ontario homes to rise, property tax may follow

Ontario homeowners will see the determined value of their houses rise 4.5 per cent in each of the next four years — and may face tax increases as a result — following a report that found property values have risen 18 per cent since the last update in 2008.

Malaysian property tax 'may be extended'

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Malaysian property tax 'may be extended'

There is the possibility that the Real Property Gains Tax (RPGT) levied by the Malaysian government could be extended when the 2013 budget is unveiled later this week.

Property tax reforms mean higher bills for some

The Canadian Taxpayers Federation says New Brunswick's new approach to property taxes will mean higher bills for people who live in fast-growing urban areas, such as Dieppe.

New French property tax 'should not affect market too much'

The new taxes being levied on foreign owners of French property are not likely to affect the market too much, according to one local real estate agent.

Toronto Mayor asks city manager to budget for property-tax freeze

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has formally asked the city manager for a two-year property-tax freeze starting in 2014, the year he stands for re-election, The Globe and Mail has learned.

Italians Dodge Property Tax In Test For Monti’s Austerity

Luciano Di Pardo, a lawyer in Milan, is dodging Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti’s new real estate tax.

Regent Property Group Reports National Real Estate Sales Increasing, as Austin Market Sets the Pace

While Austin, Texas real estate has remained relatively strong, including the market for Austin luxury homes, the national real estate market also is beginning to show signs of improvement.

Italians Dodge Property Tax In Test For Monti’s Austerity

Luciano Di Pardo, a lawyer in Milan, is dodging Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti’s new real estate tax.

Government rolls back TDS on property sales

New Delhi: The government Monday rolled back the proposed one percent tax deduction at source (TDS) on transfer of immovable property.


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