Tag Archives: CGT

Divorce and Tax

Whilst tax is unlikely to be at the top of your list of important issues if you decide to separate, the potential benefits which could arise from prudent tax planning can ensure that both parties do not have unexpected and unwanted tax charges. This is particularly relevant for Capital Gains Tax (“CGT”), which, in reality, […]

Capital Gains Tax Deferral Relief – Enterprise Investment Scheme (“EIS”) Investments

Are you thinking of selling an asset? Or have you recently sold or gifted an asset that gave rise to a Capital Gains Tax (CGT) liability? If so, there is an often underutilised relief that could improve your cash position; Capital Gains Tax Deferral Relief.   If you pay income tax at the higher or […]