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Capital Gains Tax 2017-05-19T12:12:00+00:00

Capital gains tax

Capital gains tax rates and bands for 2016/17
On chargeable gains
Total taxable income and gains:
up to £32,000 10%
from £32,001 20%
Annual exemption
– individual £11,100
– most trustees £5,550
Transfers between husband and wife or civil partners living together are generally exempt.
Chattels exemption
(proceeds per item or set) £6,000

Companies pay corporation tax on capital gains after indexation allowance at their normal rate. Gains and losses on sales of shareholdings of 10% or more in trading companies or trading groups are exempt, subject to certain exclusions.

From 6 April 2016 capital gains realised by individuals are taxed at a flat rate of 10% for basic rate taxpayers and 20% for higher or additional rate taxpayers. An 8% surcharge applies on gains on residential property and carried interest from 2016/17.

Entrepreneurs’ Relief

Qualifying gains will be taxed at 10%.
Claims may be made on more than one occasion up to a “lifetime” total of £10 million.