Generally we find if a client has held an investment property for a number of years and decides to sell there is the potential for a sizable capital gain and the inevitable capital gains tax to pay.
However, we also find it is not uncommon for us when reviewing clients’ capital gains on the sale of a:-
or land holding
To find cases where expense haven’t be claimed over the years of ownership due to bad advice or not realising they could claim.
When we review the sale of an investment