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Property capital gains tax: how to pay the absolute minimum CGT on rental properties and second homes
Bayley, C. (Taxcafe, 2013, 137 pages)
Explains how property CGT is calculated and how owners of rental properties and second homes can reduce their tax bill. To borrow this book please contact the Library.
The Library & Information Service can help you find capital histories, 1982 share prices and other financial data.
Tax news: CGT
The latest news and analysis from the Tax Faculty blog.
Capital Gains Tax
General guidance on personal CGT , with information on reliefs and the calculation of gains.
Capital Gains Tax rates and annual tax-free allowances
Overview of CGT to help you determine what you need to pay.
Forms and helpsheets for Capital Gains Tax
Self-assessment forms and other documentation.
Shares and assets valuation
Guidance on the valuation of unquoted shares for tax purposes.
Negligible value agreements
Shares or securities formerly quoted on the London Stock Exchange which have been declared of Negligible Value.
Property market report 1982
Prepared by the Valuation Office Agency, this is as useful source of historical property values across England, Scotland and Wales. The report covers:
Our collection includes tax annuals, recent CGT articles and other useful material.
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