Capital Gains
Tax Planning and Financial

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16 years ago
At first it sounds good but like GB's schemes there is usually a hidden cost. It sounds as if we will lose historic indexing as well as taper relief. If you are below top rate tax and have owned the place for ten years your tax rate will go up from 13% to 18% so some people will pay more. Bigger gainers will pay less than before.

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