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Capital Gains Tax Changes. What Should You Be Doing? Sell Now Or Sell Later?
In his Pre-Budget Report, the Chancellor announced that from 6 April 2008, taper relief and indexation relief will be withdrawn and Capital Gains Tax (CGT) charged at a flat rate of 18%. Whilst it is possible the proposal may never become law, the safest option is to assume it will.
UK
28 Nov 2007
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Pre-Budget Report 2007
The headline news from the Pre-Budget Report is the fundamental change to CGT. There will be a flat rate of 18% and taper relief/indexation will be abolished. The changes come into effect on 06 April 2008.
UK
16 Oct 2007
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Budget 2006 – Trusts and Tax
Every budget has its fair share of nasty surprises and this was no exception. Press release BN 25 had the innocuous sounding title "Aligning The Inheritance Tax Treatment For Trusts". Innocuous it certainly isn't. It announces fundamental changes to the taxation of trusts, which are arguably retrospective, as they will apply to both new and existing settlements.
UK
25 Apr 2006
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