Do you require specific months.
Mark, thank you for your reply
As far as properties acquired by you .. you are not liable to capital gains tax on any properties you dispose of during the tax years for which you are wholly not resident and not ordinarily resident in the UK.. So if you were to sell your properties in tax year 2013-14 i.e before 5 Apr 2014 and you returned to the UK on or after 6 Apr 2014 in tax year 2014-15 then you would not be liable to CGT on the gain.
You will find Q3 and Q10 here relevant to your scenario...
Also, your wife won’t have to pay capital gains tax when she transfers the two properties in her name to you. However, if you later sell the properties, you will have to pay the tax on any gain. Tax will be due on any gain made over the total period of ownership - yours and hers i.e. gain from 2002..
If you were to sell the properties whist you were non resident in the UK for tax purposes
then the gain would not be chargeable to UK Capital Gains Tax.
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Would you be able to and are you qualified to take this up to the next level and assist us in calculating the gain on the properties should we decide not to sell any of these properties but hang on to them along with the other four we purchased (2 x 2009, 1 x 2011 and 1 x 2013) for our pension.
I would probably sell the one purchased in 1991 as it has the greatest gain.
Average value of the eleven BTL properties marginally under 200 k at today's rates. We do have mortgages on six of the properties.
Do you know anything about IHT.
Mark, thank you for your reply and additional information.
I will be able to assist you in calculating the gain on properties. I am a qualified accountant and in practice.
I would be able to help you with IHT provided it is not too complicated.
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If I provide all the numbers can you assist in working out the potential gain. I need someone who knows all tax mitigation methods and yet keep within the law, tax avoidance I think they call it.
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I have no problem paying but I need to know if I am dealing with the person I originally dealt with. Is this you.
Mark, I answered your previous question and I am taxadvisor.pkI answered it on 9/2/2013 at 8:10 AM (28 minutes and 19 seconds later)
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OK I will start a new question and put this additional information. Lets see what happens in the statement tomorrow.
Looks like I have a bit of a breather, up to April 2015, but I am sure we can work together on this. I travel home in a few days and will put some numbers together on individual properties and revert after the festive break.