Capital Gains Tax (CGT)

If the value of assets that you own increase in value, then you may need to pay Capital Gains Tax (CGT). For example, selling shares for more than you paid for them could involve paying some CGT. You get an exemption for capital gains tax up to a certain limit each year and only pay CGT on any gain over this amount.

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Pension Myth #4 Property is Better

Many regard investing in property as a one-way street. Rents go up and house prices rise even faster. A buy-to-let property can be a great investment, but there really are no guarantees....read more from our Pension Myths Explained.

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