What is it?
When you gift or dispose of an asset such as certain types of Property, shares, business assets or certain types of valuable personal property, then Capital Gains Tax may be due.
How can we help?
We can help you calculate your potential capital gains tax liability and advise you on what reliefs or exemptions are available, explaining how these can be maximised prior to the gift/disposal. We can also advise you on ways to reduce your liability or defer payment.
We also provide Capital Gains Tax advice to couples getting divorced, who need to reorganise their assets.
What’s at stake?
Proper planning could save you capital gains tax of up to 28% depending on the type of gain. Planning may also make it possible to defer your capital gains payment completely until a later date.
What should I do next?
If you would like us to help you with your Captial Gains Tax planning, then please contact Liz Higgins, our Head of Private Client Tax.
First published 3 November 2020
Last Updated 3 November 2020
3 November 2020
This is for information purposes only. No action should be taken without seeking specific professional advice. Thank you.
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