Capital Gains Tax

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All Quiet on the Tax Front

September 21, 2023

Taxation With the government’s time taken up in dealing with economic issues such as high inflation and public debt, we are not expecting any significant tax announcements until the Budget, due to be held next March. The General Election is likely to be held later next year, so this Budget may well contain a lot

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Realise those capital losses

March 15, 2023

If you are planning to sell any property or your business in the near future, be aware that the annual exemption for capital gains tax will be cut from £12,300 to £6,000 on 6 April 2023. That exemption will reduce again on 6 April 2024 to £3,000, so long-term planning is needed where gains are

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Reducing CGT

February 5, 2023

Everyone has a CGT annual exemption of £12,300 for 2022/23. This is wasted if you don’t make capital gains in the tax year, as it can’t be carried forward. In 2023/24 the annual exemption will be £6,000 and in 2024/25 it will be cut to £3,000. If you are planning to dispose of assets that will create

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Reducing CGT bills

December 7, 2021

Reducing CGT bills Everyone has an annual exemption for capital gains tax (CGT) of £12,300 for 2021/22. This is wasted if you don’t make capital gains in the tax year. You can’t carry forward any unused exemption to a different tax year or transfer the exemption to another person. If you are planning to dispose

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Capital Gains Tax

Capital Gains Tax on sale of homes

July 16, 2021

When do I pay  Capital Gains Tax? The profit you make on selling a buy-to-let property or a second home is generally subject to capital gains tax (CGT). Also, you may have to pay some CGT on the profit you make from selling your main home if you have not lived in that property for

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Did we get the deal?

January 21, 2021

We all heard Mr Johnson say we had the deal; now we are feeling the after-effects the deal with issues in sending and receiving outside of the UK. The UK is now treated as a third country to the EU, which means the VAT rules on imports and exports have changed for all goods (of

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