What are tax stamps?

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A tax stamp is a duty or tax that is charged on the documents used when you close on a home. The tax stamps at one time were actually a stamp which was placed on the documents. Today no actual stamp is used but the taxes are still charged. The tax is imposed by the state for the cost of transferring the title of the property from one owner to the next. Many countries also charge a tax for this same transaction.
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