Loss on Securities trading
Can anybody give an advice on filling in CGT computation sheets on trading in securities and foreign exchange contracts.
My client has forwarded to me two schedules with ~ 509 transactions, each making gain or loss on average of ~£6, accumulating to substantial loss.
Trading was not spread betting.
It seems unreasonable to fill in 509 CGT schedules for each transaction.
Further, my client does not know his costs and proceeds, and I was not able to work it our form his schedules, as they do not contain i.e contact sizes, other components.
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