Capital Gains Tax (CGT)
A capital gain or capital loss on an asset is the difference between what it cost you and what you receive when you dispose of it.
You pay tax on your capital gains. It forms part of your income tax and is not considered a separate tax – though it's referred to as capital gains tax (CGT).
If you make a capital loss, you can't claim it against income but you can use it to reduce a capital gain in the same income year. And if your capital losses exceed your capital gains in an income year, you can generally carry the loss forward and deduct it against capital gains in future years.
All assets you’ve acquired since tax on capital gains started (on 20 September 1985) are subject to CGT unless specifically excluded.
From the sale of your house, investment property, shares, business, or commercial property Jeffkins accountancy can assist with the Capital Gains calculation. We understand CGT Concessions and Small Business Concession to ensure your gain is calculated correctly and the best tax outcome is achieved for our clients.