Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is the tax on the profit on sale of an asset that’s value has increased since its purchase, for example property or sale of shares.

CGT is a tax that attracts a great deal of unnecessary confusion for both accountants and individuals who have sold an asset, our experienced team at Jackson-Stapleton accountants aims to minimise the stress of your CGT affairs and optimise your capital gains tax position.

If you require a “60 day” CGT return on the sale of property, require more generalised CGT advice or require a self-assessment tax return that features the capital gains tax supplementary pages then please do get in touch.

Get in touch