capital gains tax

Taking full advantage of your allowances.

If you sell assets that have increased in value, then you are going to be liable for Capital Gains Tax on the profits.

From personal possessions, business assets and property, to shares and investments, you need to make sure you are paying the correct amount of Capital Gains Tax. As well as making profits, there is also the potential that you could make capital losses and we can assist with calculating those losses and the most efficient way to use them.

Essendon Accounts & Tax will regularly review your transactions to ensure that if any Capital Gains Tax reliefs are applicable, they are being claimed and notified to HMRC in the correct way.