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Capital Gains Tax (CGT) Rollover Relief is a valuable relief that allows for a delay in the payment of CGT on gains when you sell or dispose of certain assets and use all or part of the proceeds to buy new assets. The relief means that the tax on the... Read More

When spouses or civil partners are living together they are both treated as separate individuals for Capital Gains Tax (CGT) purposes. However, assets can be transferred between them free of CGT. This means that when a couple are together there... Read More

Entrepreneurs' Relief applies to the sale of a business, shares in a trading company or an individual’s interest in a trading partnership. Where this relief is available, CGT of 10% is payable in place of the standard rate. There are a number of qual... Read More

There are special reporting requirements and the possibility of a tax bill when you sell your home in the UK and you live abroad. A Capital Gains Tax (CGT) charge on the sale of UK residential property by non-UK residents was introduced in April 2015... Read More

When a company takes over another company it may issue its own shares and/or securities in payment or part payment for the shares it’s buying. This is sometimes described as a share reorganisation.Where certain conditions are met, when the old shares... Read More

Entrepreneurs' Relief applies to the sale of a business, shares in a trading company or an individual’s interest in a trading partnership. Where Entrepreneurs' Relief is available CGT of 10% is payable in place of the standard rate. There are a numbe... Read More

Business Asset Rollover Relief allows taxpayers to delay paying Capital Gains Tax (CGT) on gains when they sell or dispose of certain assets and use all or part of the proceeds to buy new assets. The relief means that the CGT due on the gai... Read More

Special rules apply to assets when they are passed to a beneficiary after the death of the benefactor. In some cases Inheritance Tax may be due on the transfer. However, there can also be a hidden benefit known as a Capital Gains Tax (CGT)... Read More

As a general rule, there should be no capital gains tax (CGT) to be paid on a property which has been used solely as the main family residence (referred to by HMRC as one’s principal private residence). Conversely, an investment property which has ne... Read More

When a company makes a purchase of its own shares, any excess paid over the amount of capital originally subscribed for the shares is usually treated as a distribution. However, there are special provisions that enable an unquoted trading company or... Read More

The annual exemption for Capital Gains Tax (CGT) in the current tax year is £11,300. This exemption allows taxpayers who dispose of chargeable assets such as property, stocks and shares of up to this amount, to make a tax-free gains during 2017-... Read More

A capital gains tax (CGT) charge on the sale of UK residential property by non-UK residents was introduced in April 2015. Only the amount of the overall gain relating to the period after 5 April 2015 is chargeable to tax.In certain circumstances priv... Read More