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Business tax articles tagged with term 'capital gains tax'

Business Summary of main business tax changes for 2010-11

In this article we cover taxes relating to employees, VAT, PAYE, the Annual Investment Allowance, capital allowances, National Insurance and business rates.

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

Business 2011 business tax planning tips

Lesley Stalker, head of tax at Robert James Partnership, outlines useful tax planning tips & advice to help business owners and entrepreneurs minimise their bills before 5 April 2011.

Business The tax implications to consider if you’re planning an exit strategy

Even if you’re not planning on selling your business for some time, it’s wise to have your exit strategy planned well in advance.

Business Using your home for business

If any part of your home is used exclusively for business, there may be a capital gains tax bill when you sell the home.

Business CGT changes in 'shares-for-rights'

Employees will be exempt from normal capital gains charges on selling shares under George Osborne's new plan.

Business How to minimise capital gains tax

The average taxpayer is unlikely to have to pay capital gains tax but The What Investment Guide to Personal Tax is here to help.