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Personal Capital Gains Tax

From April 2012 the CPI measure of inflation, rather than RPI, will be used to decide future increases in the allowance.


Personal Tax benefits of getting married part 2

In the second part of our six-part series on looking at the tax benefits of marriage, we examine savings with capital gains tax.


Personal Minimising CGT bill

A look at minimising your CGT bill.

Personal Avoiding CGT on heirlooms

Helen Mackenzie of Scottish accountancy concern Chiene + Tait discusses some of the best ways to avoid paying CGT on family heirlooms.

Updates Tax changes for 2011–12: Capital gains tax

The tax-free allowance for 2011–12 has not yet been announced.

Q&A Taper relief and indexation relief on CGT

Q: I was out of the country at the time of the Pre-Budget Report.

Business Budget 2008 - Capital gains to be taxed at 18 per cent rate

In his first Budget speech delivered to the House of Commons, Chancellor Alistair Darling said that the capital gains tax (CGT) rate will be a flat 18 per cent and tax for the first £1m of gains on