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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Capital Gearing Trust Plc LSE:CGT London Ordinary Share GB0001738615 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -25.00 -0.5% 4,955.00 4,955.00 4,960.00 4,985.00 4,955.00 4,955.00 22,155 12:16:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 14.7 10.3 56.8 87.2 1,051

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/4/2022
13:16
I suppose the best thing to do is write down the amount of dividends youve earned and send it to the tax office. Without filling out a self assessment..
igoe104
22/4/2022
07:07
I think I'd rather fill in self assessment than spend hours trying to get through to them on a phone...
igoe104
22/4/2022
01:33
it also says Pay tax on up to £10,000 in dividends Tell HMRC by: -contacting the helpline -asking HMRC to change your tax code - the tax will be taken from your wages or pension -putting it in your Self Assessment tax return, if you already fill one in So if you're between 2k and 10k you can just ring them up and confess
zangdook
21/4/2022
15:54
Definitely a strange one, its says dividend allowance 2k but further down the link its says you need to fill a self assessment out in you earn more than 10k in dividends. 🤷 so anything below 10k in dividends no self assessment required...
igoe104
21/4/2022
15:14
This is what I recalled seeing, probably the same as you. hTTps://www.gov.uk/tax-on-dividends The dividend allowance is £2000 a year so how do you pay the required amount of dividend tax when your dividend income is over that if you do not fill out a form or make some sort of declaration in order to pay the correct amount of tax? I am confused. Shame Gengulphus is no longer with us. I, like you, am recently retired and am moving all my investments into safer, boring divi payers. I expect to face this same question from April next year onward.
ammons
21/4/2022
14:31
I've just gone on the tax website and it says you need to earn 10k or over in dividends to fill in a self assessment form ?
igoe104
21/4/2022
14:17
Thats strange as I filled out a self assessment because my dividends out of a isa was £2600. So I don't know why they have said in future i don't need to fill out a self assessment form ...
igoe104
21/4/2022
13:57
I think the dividend allowance outside an ISA is £2000?
ammons
21/4/2022
13:53
Hi, whats the amount of dividends I receive in a tax year for me to fill out a tax self assessment form ? I'm recently retired. Just got a letter from the tax office saying I don't need to fill out a form, but I can't find out the amount when I do need to fill a form in ? I'll appreciate any help in this matter?
igoe104
24/2/2022
18:51
Does anyone know why PNL and RICA were down today, while CGT was up? I think they have similar downside protection of bonds and a little gold. RICA also has options to insure against crashes. So how come CGT did better?
apollocreed1
24/2/2022
13:03
Still feel the same
panshanger1
17/2/2022
16:16
Used to post years ago and remember G. Timely that my return has coinsided with this. Great guy. Incredible mine of info. RIP G.
brancho
17/2/2022
16:15
Hi new to board has anyone got a spreadsheet templaate to report share sales where this is required for example when you go over your allowance in your tax return? Thanks in advance. Nick
brancho
30/1/2022
04:51
Very sad news.. The some of the comments on "muchloved" link refer to gengulphus on the motley & lemon fool platforms.
steve73
29/1/2022
21:29
Sorry to hear the news.He was very patience and helpful to others, I had no idea his ARM career sucess
che7win
29/1/2022
19:46
Reading the arm.com page linked above, I have absolutely no idea what they're talking about, but the kind, exquisitely thorough and helpful Gengulphus we knew on here is clearly recognisable in the description of David Seal.
zangdook
29/1/2022
17:25
Terrible news. Just reading back at some of this fellow's posts on this thread he was in a league of his own and will be sadly missed.
brwo349
28/1/2022
16:13
HTTPS://davidseal.muchloved.com HTTPS://www.arm.com/blogs/blueprint/remembering-david-seal
pvb
22/1/2022
17:47
ammons 21 Jan '22 - 18:20 - 1212 of 1214 It seems, according to Lemonfool, that the great Gengulphus has passed away. This post above seems to have been his last one on ADVFN though I am aware that the search facility here is not 100% accurate. AFAICS, this looks to be G's last post on ADVFN, on 27 Nov 2021 https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=35482166&from=300#firstpost He died quite suddenly and unexpectedly in December.
pvb
22/1/2022
00:19
Oh no! Gengulphus was unfailingly polite, helpful, intelligent, extremely well-informed, frankly I don't know where to turn with tax questions if this news is true. I would say he was the only poster on advfn for whom I had 100% respect. Without fail, he wrote long, thoughtful, extraordinarily detailed posts in response to any query from any random person. He certainly helped me several times when HMRC were being obtuse and vexatious. At least we have an archive of his wisdom. RIP Great G
zangdook
21/1/2022
19:32
Terrible news and very sad to hear such news. I wish and pray that this news might not be true. If the news is correct, RIP Gengulphus and Deepest condolences to his family. Gengulphus is so detailed and offered a great help in explaining each and every point regarding latest tax return and I must greatly appreciate his inputs. I have seen his other posts helping the wider community, and you will be missed.
srtu
21/1/2022
18:20
It seems, according to Lemonfool, that the great Gengulphus has passed away. This post above seems to have been his last one on ADVFN though I am aware that the search facility here is not 100% accurate. https://www.lemonfool.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=32868 He helped me greatly with my tax returns over the years on Motley Fool, Lemonfool and on here. RIP Gengulphus. You will be missed.
ammons
17/12/2021
16:17
Personal Assets has been very steady too Always pleased to have a sizeable holding in both of these
panshanger1
17/12/2021
15:26
CGT doing a good job at wealth preservation . I intend to add soon.
lozzer69
16/10/2021
12:27
Srtu, ... the following info came from CGT calculator. I suspect something is going wrong in CGT calculator. I'm practically certain that something is going wrong in CGTcalculator, because of two obviously wrong bits of information in the extra output you've provided. The first that struck me was: Total number of trades = 7 Total number of buys = 4 Total number of sells = 3 There are 7 trades in your input, but they comprise 4 buys, 2 sells and a rights issue. So it looks as if CGTcalculator is counting the rights issue as a sell, not a buy. It's actually neither a sell nor a buy - but it's a lot closer to being a buy than a sell! It differs from a buy only in that unlike a buy, it cannot be matched to a sell under the same-day or 30-day rules (something that only rarely makes a difference, and doesn't for your example), but from a sell in that it absorbs cash and adds shares rather than the other way around (something which will always make a difference). This led me to check the rest of the information more carefully, and in the "INFORMATION FOR TAX RETURN" section, I saw "Disposals = 2". Those are clearly the two sells, so CGTcalculator seems to be treating the rights issue as a sell that is not a disposal... But the first sell has disposal proceeds of 2842*£3.90729 = £11,104.52 and the second 60333*£1.06330 = £64,152.08 (note that their commissions of £6.95 each don't enter into their "Disposal Proceeds" calculations, but instead into the "Allowable Costs" calculations). Rounding those down to whole numbers of pounds, that produces total disposal proceeds for the two sells of £11,104+£64,152 = £75,256, which is £14,851 short of the £90,107 disposal proceeds reported by CGTcalculator. And £14,851 is exactly the result of the disposal proceeds calculation to the rights issue data (46410*£0.32000 = £14,851.20) and rounding down to a whole number of pounds. So it appears that CGTcalculator is treating the rights issue as a sell that is not a disposal but does have disposal proceeds, when it clearly doesn't have any such proceeds... I'm afraid I cannot help beyond identifying that inconsistency - that requires me to be able to see the full details of CGTcalculator's internal calculations, which I am not. Sorry incidentally that my last post suggested that you might be able to provide them. I was working from a memory that those were available from CGTcalculator that turns out to have been false - I think it's actually something provided by the Stonebanks calculator rather than by CGTcalculator (but I'm afraid I don't think the Stonebanks calculator would solve your problem, because I cannot see that it has any facility to input rights issues). So that's basically as far as I can go - CGTcalculator's author is presumably the only person who can provide more details of how CGTcalculator is doing the calculations and/or correct any problems with them. If you want a work-around for the problem, though, I'd suggest you search your CGTcalculator input data for rights issues, and then check each rights issue for sales of the same type of share on the same day or in the preceding 30 days. If there isn't any such sale, change the "Rights" line to a "Buy" line (and append a note to the CGTcalculator output saying something like "The 09/11/2020 buy is actually shares obtained from a rights issue, but treating it as a buy does not alter how it is matched to share sales"). If there is such a sale, extract all the data for that company and do the calculation by hand - but given that rights issues are quite rare and it still requires some bad luck to have sold the same type of share on the same day or in the preceding 30 days, that case shouldn't happen at all often (hopefully not at all). Gengulphus
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