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Estates Capital Gains Tax

The legislation covering estates Capital Gains Tax, when a beneficiary of a will inherits an estate from a deceased individual, can be quite complex.  Upon the inheritance, the beneficiary is normally treated as having acquired the property for its market value at the date of death.  Should the property be sold in the future, then the beneficiary may be liable to pay estates Capital Gains Tax under the normal rules of the tax.

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Disclaimer: Every effort is made to keep the site accurate, however please bear in mind that tax rates are subject to change. If you require tax advice you should speak to a professional tax adviser.