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Owners of stately homes are a fairly rare breed but those that open their doors to the public will be considering whether they can benefit from a recent Court of Appeal Case.


First post so hello.


My client was a tenant in his only home. About 10 years ago he then bought the property and let it out. He ceased to live there as soon as he bought it.



I see now that I am calculating incorrectly using CGT instead of income tax.

This question is wrong - please ignore...


I have a client who acquired a property overseas during a tax year in which he was absent from the UK throughout.

If a client makes a qualifying SEIS investment in 2013/14 or 2014/15 (which won't be carried-back) on which he'll be claiming 50% income tax relief, can he use all the investment for the EIS deferr


I am sure I know the answer to this question but its that time of year!   My client had a large shareholding joint with her husband.  Very little base cost.  When she inherited her husband's half t


The government has published draft legislation that will shorten the final period exemption for CGT relief on primary residences from April next year. 


The government has announced two important changes to capital gains tax (CGT) in the Autumn Statement 2013:

1. Private Residence Relief (PRR)