If you’ve sold, are in the process of selling, or are looking to sell a residential property, you must consider the tax liabilities which may arise on any increase in the property’s value since you acquired it. In the UK, any property sold where the owner has not used it solely for the purposes of their private residence will be subject to Capital Gains Tax (CGT) which will be due for payment 30 days after the sale has completed.
In order to calculate the tax due to HMRC, you will need to calculate your gain after deducting relevant costs and consider if any tax reliefs are available. The calculation can be complex, especially for those that have used the property for business, have made improvements or alterations.
If you’d like a greater understanding of how Capital Gains Tax applies to UK residential property, as well as some information on rates and how to calculate your gain, you can refer to our article, We explain capital gains tax on the disposal of a UK residential property.
Alternatively, our team of Capital Gains Tax experts have vast experience in dealing with the most complex of cases, so whatever your situation is, we will be able to advise, calculate, and report your tax liability on your behalf, ensuring you report and pay the correct amount of tax due on the sale of your property within 30 days.
Make sure you seek expert and timely advice in calculating your CGT liabilities. We offer a free 30-minute consultation to gain an understanding of your situation and to figure out together how your situation can be handled in the most tax-efficient manner.
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