Am completing an online 60-day CGT residential property report.
Client was gifted 1/3 share in the property by her parents during their lifetime. MV obtained.
Father died some years later, and his share automatically went to his spouse (client's mother). Mother then died some years later, and client then inherited the further 2/3 share in the property. Again, MV obtained.
So, my client has two acquisition dates and one was a gift and one was an inheritance.
The online CGT reporting facility doesn't appear to be able to cope with this type of arrangement (only allows for one acquisition date and either a purchase OR a gift OR an inheritance).
As a workaround I am entering the date of acquisition as the date of the inheritance and the total market value as the appropriate sums of the values as at the date of the gift and as at the date of the inheritance.
Any other suggestions on how best/a better way to achieve the most appropriate report acceptable for HMRC?