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How to avoid CGT on deceased estate property

Friday 21st of April 2023

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How can you avoid Capital Gains Tax on deceased estate property?  Suzanne Jones shares her advice on avoiding CGT in an article written for Accountants Daily.

Suzanne says the CGT implications on the disposal of a property from a deceased estate depends on several factors, including the time from date of death to settlement or transfer to a beneficiary, the date the property was acquired, and whether the property served as the main residence for the deceased.  

You can read the full article here: How to avoid CGT on deceased estate property

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