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
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
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
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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