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MIRAS Financial Glossary

What is it? Stands for Mortgage Interest Relief at Source. This is the way in which tax relief was allowed on mortgage payments. The withdrawal of Miras was announced in the budget, 9th March 1999, by the Chancellor and took effect from April 2000.

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