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36. Won’t it take away the incentive to invest in improvements in your house?
Depends what you’re doing the improvements for. If they’re for you to enjoy then that’s a benefit or income and should be taxed. If you’re doing it because you dressing it up to sell well yes there’s not much point if house prices aren’t rising (in real terms) which is the whole objective here - to let the price of housing reflect whatever those who wish to own their own home simply to enjoy it. Not to let the price of housing reflect the vale of the tax loophole.
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