Capital Gains Tax

Capital Gains Tax

Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is the tax for selling a property (not the owner’s primary home). The articles in this category will help the readers understand both the basic and complicated concept of Capital Gains Tax from answering questions about when to pay the tax to the step-by-step process of placing a payment.

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Avoid Capital Gains Tax on Buy-To-Let Property
Fahad Lateef

How To Avoid Capital Gains Tax on Buy-To-Let Property

For most people, buying a house is the most significant and proudest purchase of your life. All of the meticulous measures you took—innumerable property visits, contract dealings and examinations – to show up at the fantasy of homeownership.

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Paying Capital Gains Tax
Fahad Lateef

Rules for Paying Capital Gains Tax on Overseas Property

As we all know, any profit attained while disposing of an asset in the UK is subject to Capital Gains Tax. It is difficult to get away from the long arm of the British taxman, regardless of whether you own resources that are actually outside the UK.

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To tackle the rising energy costs that skyrocketed the price of living in the UK, the government has announced on the third of February a package of support in various schemes—energy bills discount, Council Tax rebate, and discretionary funding—worth £9.1 billion for the financial year 2022-23.

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