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This tag is to be used for any question related to gain due to appreciation of capital. Typcially Capital gains are treated differently based on the geography and hence a country tag should ideally be used with this.

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No taxes at all -- ISAs are free from either income tax or capital gains tax.
answered Apr 20 '12 by Mike Scott
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You'll have to fill out the whole tax return, because the rate of tax payable on your capital gains depends on your total taxable income. And in any case, if you have capital gains you probably have o …
answered Nov 12 '14 by Mike Scott
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Assuming that what you want is a way to roll forward a capital gain on an investment property you’re selling, to the purchase of another investment property, then the answer is no. The capital gains t …
answered Jun 30 '19 by Mike Scott