Tax Returns

Few would deny that the rules for Capital Gains Tax are complex. In the 1998 budget the Chancellor announced a "simplification" of the rules with the introduction of the new taper relief.

Unfortunately this has meant that the number of boxes to fill in on the Capital Gains pages of the Tax Return has grown and taxpayers have to cope with a maze of old and new rules!


The right answer at the right price

If you have sold or otherwise disposed of quoted UK stocks and shares during the tax year, you may be liable to pay Capital Gains Tax. Calculating the Capital Gain you have made can be complex and often involves every single transaction you have made in that holding.

We can provide one-off or ongoing Capital Gains Tax assistance and planning on all Capital Gains Tax issues from share sales to disposal of unquoted non-business assets.

If you have an accurate acquisition history for the asset then we can simply calculate the gain, if not we can research the history for you.

As everyone's needs are different we will provide a personal quote based on your needs. To obtain your personal quote please fill out the form below.

You can pay by credit/debit card, cheque or by monthly direct debit when taking up the service.