Capital Gains Tax Advice
Capital Gains Tax (CGT) can be complex. Back in the 1998 budget the Chancellor announced a "simplification" of the rules with the introduction of the new taper relief, Unfortunately that meant that the number of boxes on the Capital Gains pages of the Tax Return increased, let alone the calculations, all leaving you to cope with a maze of old and new rules! More importantly how do you use all of this legislation to reduce any potential additional CGT?
This means it has never been more important to get the right Capital Gains Tax Advice, If you have sold or otherwise disposed of quoted UK stocks and shares/assets/unquoted non-business assets during the tax year, you may be liable to pay Capital Gains Tax. The best course of action is to put a plan in place before the disposal of any of these assets if possible.
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