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Capital Gains Tax On Shares

How to Save Capital Gains Tax On Shares

Capital gains tax on shares profits above a certain margin can often come to many thousands of pounds.  It is essential for any serious share trader to use good tax planning techniques to ensure that they are not paying too much capital gains tax on shares.

Many simply see this tax as black and white - if your shares profits are over the threshold then you are going to pay the full CGT amount - but this is not necessarily the case.  Being aware of all the reliefs and allowances, along with other lesser known techniques, could significantly reduce your final liability.

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Every aspect is covered in detail, and supported by full examples.  Detailed case studies are used to walk readers through numerous complicated tax situations, and show how to easily and effectively reduce the amount of capital gains tax on shares payable.

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