Tax payable if the property rented out is the only property owned
Tax Planning and Financial

Lucy246
Lucy246
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I wanted to check whether someone who only owns the one property which is rented out (ie pays rent themselves on the property where they actually live) still has to pay tax on income and would still have to pay Capital Gains Tax on any profit made when the property they own is sold.?

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Lucy

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