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    Capital gains tax - Administration - Amount and how to pay - Payment - General rule - 53270

    Usually, an individual must pay their capital gains tax liability in a single payment on 31 January following the end of the year of assessment to which it relates. There are special rules for non-residents...

    Capital gains tax - Property gains - Reporting and payment timetable

    Reporting and payment timetableWhere a property gain is made, and is not completely covered by PRR, lettings relief, pre-existing capital losses and/or the annual exemption (£12,300 for 2020/21), there...

    When can selling your home trigger a tax bill?

    From April 2020 if you sell your home changes to capital gains tax private residence relief (PRR) mean that you’re at greater risk of being hit with HMRC penalties. Why, and what are the must-know...

    HMRC’s plan to accelerate capital gains tax

    Major changes to the tax regime for gains made from the sale of residential property will take effect from April 2020. They will affect how and when you’re required to report and pay capital...

    Request to pay capital gains tax in instalments letter

    Request to pay capital gains tax in instalments letterFor individuals, capital gains tax is payable by 31 January following the end of the tax year in which the gain occurred, e.g. 31 January 2019...