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Capital Gains Tax


Our qualified Capital Gains Tax experts will help you understand and organise what you should and shouldn't be paying. 
What is Capital Gains Tax (CGT)?
Capital gains tax is a tax imposed on profits earned on the selling of non-inventory qualified properties. Capital gains tax applies to bonds, securities, property, real estate, and precious metals when they are sold. If you make a profit (again, a gain), you will have to pay taxes. The amount of tax due would vary depending on the type of asset, how long it was owned, and how it was used.

Individuals and companies are also subject to CGT; however, the tax rates can vary significantly. Similarly, each may have a different tax allowance or tax band.
Our Specialist Capital Gains Tax Services
✔ Residential & Commercial properties 
✔ Stock & Shares investments 
✔ SME business 
✔ Selling a business & Acquisitions 

Why choose us?

We pride ourselves on offering a quality, transparent service to our clients, that's why we're the accountancy partner of choice for businesses and individuals just like you!
Dedicated Accountant
Every client received a dedicated accountant. One point of contact, one expert that understands your business. Face to face, over the phone or virtually.
Accredited & qualified
You're in safe hands. We're all experts in our field and all of our team are fully qualified accountants or bookkeepers.
Extension to your business
We consider ourselves an extension to your business. We keep in contact, meet regularly and build long, meaningful relationships with our partners. 
Switched on, latest advice
We always stay up to date with the latest from HMRC, meaning we can quickly and efficiently apply tax saving benefits to your business
Digital Accountants
All of our team are experts with the latest in digital accountancy software, helping to optimise your use of Xero, Quickbooks & Freeagent 
Transparent & fair 
We only offer fixed-price, all inclusive, monthly packages tailored to you. No hidden fees or bill surprises.
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