When Selling Property How is the Gain Calculated for CGT Purposes?

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When selling a property, the gain for Capital Gains Tax (CGT) purposes is calculated as follows: Determine the Sale Proceeds: The sale proceeds are the amount you received from selling the property. If you gave the property away or sold it for less than its market value, the market value is used instead. Deduct the

When Selling Property How is the Gain Calculated for CGT Purposes?2024-06-26T11:19:52+00:00

Do I need to report the sale of my home to HMRC?

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Whether you need to report the sale of your home to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) depends on the specifics of your situation: No Gain or Full Private Residence Relief (PRR) If the entire gain from the sale of your home is covered by Private Residence Relief (PRR), meaning you don't have any taxable gain,

Do I need to report the sale of my home to HMRC?2024-06-26T09:38:17+00:00

What happens if I used part of my home for business purposes?

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If you used part of your home for business purposes, the tax implications depend on the exclusivity and extent of the business use: Exclusive Business Use: If a specific part of your home, such as a room, was used exclusively for business purposes, then the gain attributable to that part may be subject to Capital

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What is the “permitted area” for the grounds of my home?

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The context of the "permitted area" in this FAQ relates to the conditions under which Private Residence Relief (PRR) can be claimed to exempt you from paying Capital Gains Tax (CGT) when selling your home. PRR is available if certain conditions are met, one of which concerns the size of the property’s grounds. The "permitted

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