Guide to Budget CGT changes


Tax lawyer Shimon Shaw, of Matthew Arnold & Baldwin, gives his views on the Budget's CGT adjustments.

In the run-up to the emergency Budget many IFAs saw an increase in the enquiries relating to Capital Gains Tax (CGT). The feared increase in CGT rates to 40% or 50% did not materialise and we are left...

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