Capital Gains Tax (CGT) reporting

cgt reporting on property

Under the new rules for Capital Gains Tax (CGT), residential property is now subject to earlier CGT payment. Where this aspect of taxation would previously have fallen within your annual tax return, this payment must now be made within 60 days of disposal of the property.

With just a few essential details, our personal tax experts can support you with this task and ensure you meet your CGT obligations within the new deadline.

If you are in the process of disposing of a property and think you may be liable for CGT, get in touch to see how our see how we can help.

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