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Capital Gains Traps

Recently both Carter Jonas and UHY have been experiencing an increasing number of instructions and queries relating to Capital Gains Tax (CGT) rate reductions for non-residential property from 28% to 20%. Everyone knows that on 6 April 2016 the headline rate of capital gain tax dropped to 20%, right? There are of course a few […]

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