Capital Gains Tax
Simplifying Capital Gains Tax
Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is notoriously complicated but our experts are here to make it simple for you.
If you are thinking about selling any assets, like property, shares or even antiques, or if you have already sold them, it’s worth getting some advice. Some assets will be tax free but others will need to be declared on your annual tax return.
So if you are unsure of the rate at which you should be paying CGT or if you don’t know what’s classed as exempt, our personal accountants can give you tailored advice.
How we can help
- Preparation of Capital Gains Tax calculations
- Advice on minimising gains by the use of reliefs
- Reviewing property ownership to minimise tax liability when sold
- Advice on divorce settlements to avoid unnecessary tax liabilities
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