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Selling something at a profit will usually trigger Capital Gains Tax, but relief is also widely available.
If you are liable to Capital Gains Tax, you’ll be eligible for the annual tax free allowance which allows you to make a certain amount of gain each year before you have to pay tax.
A key concern is to ensure that any Capital Gains Tax reliefs are maximised, especially where assets are already standing at a gain and a future disposal is being contemplated.
There are potential triggers to a Capital Gains Tax liability, such as selling shares or investment funds outside of a pension plan or an Individual Savings Account.
As well as your Capital Gains Tax annual exemption, you might be able to benefit from additional reliefs, such as Roll-Over Relief, Hold-Over Relief, Incorporation Relief, Entrepreneurs’ Relief and Investors’ Relief.
Property investors, buy-to-let and HMO landlords, and property owners of second homes may be hit hard by Capital Gains Tax on property sales.
Non-UK resident landlords could incur Non-Resident Capital Gains Tax.
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