We’re creating a new Land Transfer Tax Statement that’s clearer for you and your clients.
This statement will divide up questions about seller or buyer identity, and citizenship or visa status so they are clearer. The statement will also have guidance about parts that some clients can skip.
On the weekend of 10 December 2016, we will make changes to Landonline that will allow you to enter information from the new statement.
We encourage you to use the new statement rather than the old one from Monday 12 December. This will help to ensure that the data collected is as accurate as possible. However, if, for example, your client has already signed a tax statement, you will still able to enter data collected on the existing form until April 2017.
To help you to familiarise yourself with the new statement, we have created a brief video.
- New Land Transfer Tax Statement (PDF 502KB)
- Read updated information about entering property tax information into Landonline