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Have you used your 2016/17 £11,100 annual capital gains exemption?  Consider selling shares where the gain is less than £11,100 before 6 April 2017. Also, if you have any worthless shares, consider a negligible value claim to establish a capital loss. 104 more words


Capital gains tax and Student loan repayments

You do not have to make student loan repayments (SLR) on your capital gains, but if you don’t take care in how you deal with those gains then you may pay more than you need to. 310 more words

Student Loan Repayments

Kicking the bees' nest

So if you’ve been hiding under a hole until recently, Bill English let slip in an interview recently that he wasn’t going to renew John Key’s pledge on not touching superannuation, then, like Labour, went and made it an election issue by announcing he would, in… 937 more words


Can a Property Flipper or Developer use Entrepreneurs Relief?

Property Flipping and Development are Trades (not investments), so YES, they could qualify for Entrepreneurs Relief.

You may be able to pay less Capital Gains Tax…

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Bicknell Business Adviser

Can I sell my garden for development, tax free?

Can I sell part of my garden for development free of tax?

This concerns the “principal private residence” (PPR) relief from capital gains tax. The relief is given against gains arising on a disposal of a dwelling-house or part of a dwelling house which is or has at any time been an individual’s only or main residence. 373 more words


When do you pay Capital Gains Tax on a Property Sale?

Capital Gains Tax is a tax on the profit when you sell (or ‘dispose of’) something (an ‘asset’) that’s increased in value.

It’s the gain you make that’s taxed, not the amount of money you receive. 320 more words

Bicknell Business Adviser