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What reliefs can I claim on Capital Gains Tax?

What reliefs can I claim on Capital Gains Tax?

 Capital Gains Tax (CGT) reliefs There are reliefs you can claim which will mitigate the calculated gain, such as Private Property relief and Letting relief in the case of Houses and Land, and such as Business Asset Disposal relief (formerly Entrepreneurs relief) and...
What is a Wasting Chattel?

What is a Wasting Chattel?

Chattels Certain assets such as plant, watches and paintings valued below £6,000 are exempt from capital gains tax but there are some restrictions, explains Chris Thorpe, technical officer at CIOTWithin the Taxation of Chargeable Gains Act 1992 (TCGA 1992) are listed...
When is Corporation tax Due?

When is Corporation tax Due?

Corporation Tax The Corporation Tax deadline is 9 months and 1 day after a registered companies year end.All businesses registered at companies House have to record their income and profits, and company accounts, as well as a tax return and a confirmation statement....
What reliefs can I claim on Capital Gains Tax?

What reliefs can I claim on Capital Gains Tax?

 Capital Gains Tax (CGT) reliefs There are reliefs you can claim which will mitigate the calculated gain, such as Private Property relief and Letting relief in the case of Houses and Land, and such as Business Asset Disposal relief (formerly Entrepreneurs relief) and...
When is Capital Gains Tax Due?

When is Capital Gains Tax Due?

 Capital Gains Tax (CGT) A Capital Gains Tax (CGT) return should be filed whenever you sell, or dispose of a Capital Asset, such as a house, land or business assets such as shares in a trading company. The amount of tax may be very little or even nil, but the return...