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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
  20.00 0.43% 4,620.00 4,580.00 4,600.00 4,640.00 4,580.00 4,640.00 21,002 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 7.8 6.4 59.1 78.1 563

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20/10/2013
13:44
pshevlin 20 Oct'13 - 11:55 - 574 of 582 0 0 I'm having to report my share dealings for the first time due to frequency of trading ( not gains for 2012-2013 unfortunately!) and having approximately 100 trades in that period wondering in what form I have to show my workings.... FWIW, I just uploaded my annual trading report as provided by my broker which detailed all my trades (thousands of them) on both MTM and FIFO basis. I couldn't for the life of me see any other way of doing it and HMRC obviously didn't either because they didn't object.
crontab
20/10/2013
12:16
thanks again D an F. Sorry the questions and answers got a bit out of phase!
pshevlin
20/10/2013
11:53
Sorry that should be Stonebanks!!!
pshevlin
20/10/2013
11:53
On your last question, I always include the closing trade in the previous years calculation. Not saying its right but its what I've done without comeback.
fireplace22
20/10/2013
11:52
Oh and David77, do you submit online with the stonewall figures and send the other stuff seperately?
pshevlin
20/10/2013
11:50
pshelvin, you have to register to submit online, and any calculations have to be sent in a PDF document form.
fireplace22
20/10/2013
11:50
Thanks David and fireplace I'll have a look at transfering my figures to stonewall. As to number of trades I still have to declare as They have been much bigger since 2012 and easily go over the limit. Any ideas as to my last question? Do I only have to include the disposals strictly between the 2012 and 2013 deadlines?
pshevlin
20/10/2013
11:44
pshelvin, I don't think number of trades dictates whether you need to submit a return or not. It depends on the amount of consideration involved, as a multiple of the tax free allowance for the year (I think its either 3 or 4 times). Also if you want to claim losses to carry forward, they have to be informed and obviously if your gains are greater than the tax free allowance. All IMO.
fireplace22
20/10/2013
11:08
I have used the Stonebanks calculator for several years and sent a paper copy of that with the summary CGT SA108 return. The calc provides the figures that SA108 requires. See http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/cgt/forms.htm I have sent a return every year and show accumulated losses brought forward. Recent share performance means that I might eventually use those losses.
david77
20/10/2013
10:55
I'm having to report my share dealings for the first time due to frequency of trading ( not gains for 2012-2013 unfortunately!) and having approximately 100 trades in that period wondering in what form I have to show my workings. My questions are, should anyone be kind enough to answer them: 1. Is it enough to give the working out from my online CGT calculator or do I have to fill in a separate form for each transaction? ( I use the CGT Calculator online not Stonewall)? 2: Is it possible to do this and submit online or would I have to send the workings separately? 3 I have smaller losses and gains from previous years, would it be useful to send these as well ( maybe separately a little later due to time pressure )? I have one further question which is, If I have made a repurchase of shares within the 30 day b&b period after the end of the last tax year do I have to include it on that years form or can I leave it until the 2013-2014 declaration? Thank you very much if you reply to this as it is enormously confusing.
pshevlin
18/10/2013
13:36
For those lucky enough to have a Sharesave, SAYE, ESOP or a SIP and are considering transfer into an ISA, Barclays have a helpful FAQ page: Https://sv.shareview.co.uk/Portfolio/barclayssharesatwork/HelpCentre/Pages/AllFAQs.aspx
miata
18/10/2013
12:55
Patio58, If I can also put shares into an ISA could I sell the next day or so to realise those gains? You cannot normally put shares into an ISA - only cash. Various brokers offer a "bed and ISA" deal that apparently puts shares in the ISA - but what it actually does is sell the shares, put the cash in the ISA, then repurchase the shares inside the ISA. The sale part of that realises the gain outside the ISA, and that gain is subject to CGT. And as MIATA indicates, any sale the next day inside the ISA is unlikely to realise much of a gain from the repurchase (indeed, realising a loss inside the ISA is rather more likely, due to the trading costs). That gain or loss inside the ISA is however completely exempt from CGT - so if you do strike it lucky and do the "bed and ISA" deal the day before the company announces major good news, yes, the ISA will protect that gain from CGT. (Edit: And equally, if you strike it unlucky and do the "bed and ISA" deal the day before the company announces major bad news, the resulting loss inside the ISA will be protected from CGT - meaning it cannot be used to offset gains. ISAs are a bit of a two-edged sword when it comes to protection from CGT...) I say "normally" a couple of paragraphs up because there is an exception. Shares obtained from a couple of types of employee share scheme, one of which is the type commonly known as "SAYE" or "ShareSave" and the other I don't remember, can be transferred directly into an ISA within a time limit (about 3 months IIRC) of being released from the scheme. If that applies to your case, then yes, I believe you could sell the next day and realise the whole gain without becoming liable to CGT. But I don't know the exact rules in that area, and it's probable that your employer or the organisation they use to run the scheme can tell you what the rules are better than I can! (Note they cannot give you tax advice - i.e. they cannot give you an opinion on what the best thing for you to do is - but they can tell you the rules and let you decide what to do about them.) Gengulphus
gengulphus
18/10/2013
08:45
Yes,Yes. Yes you can buy shares in an ISA (at market value) and could sell the next day but you won't have [much of] an ISA gain to realise.
miata
18/10/2013
08:43
Excuse my ignorance, but can't seem to find an answer to this on the internet. If I use up my capital gains allowance for the year, could I also take an ISA out that financial year too? Are they seperate allowances? If I can also put shares into an ISA could I sell the next day or so to realise those gains? I can't transfer any to my wife as she uses her allowances up.
patio58
14/10/2013
16:14
No, it smells of politicians.
jeffian
14/10/2013
11:33
Thanks Gengulphus
mikepompeyfan
14/10/2013
10:55
I held shares in hve in my isa account. On 30th July 2010 they changed from trading on the main market to aim and were moved from my isa to my normal share dealing account. Am l to assume my start price for cgt purposes is the price on 30th July 2010 and if it is how can l now find out the price that day ? Yes, your base cost for CGT purposes is the market value of the holding when it was transferred out of the ISA. I believe your ISA manager is supposed to tell you that value, so that would be my first port of call. Gengulphus
gengulphus
14/10/2013
06:58
Does this smell of Lib-Dems? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/investing/10373750/Are-politicians-about-to-start-tinkering-with-Isas.html
miata
12/10/2013
20:35
Is there a distinction between an employee in a business that has no connection whatever to do with finance placing trades on their own account weekly and one who has no employment and making similar transactions? EDIT - I manage my SIPP, that for my wife and those for my children in addition to 2 tiny dealing accounts. My portfolio, joint portfolio, ISA for self and wife are managed on a discretionary basis. My hunch is that the transactions are without CGT in the SIPP accounts yet the dealing account needs to be aggregated with that under discretionary management.
erogenous jones
12/10/2013
18:12
Enquiries: +------------------------------+------------------------------+ | Havelock Europa PLC | 01383 823636 | http://www.-.co.uk/share-prices/havelock-europa-LON:HVE/news/rns/ I would think that either the company or your broker could tell you the opening price on 30 July 2010. You can't be the only one wanting the info.
david77
12/10/2013
15:38
I held shares in hve in my isa account. On 30th July 2010 they changed from trading on the main market to aim and were moved from my isa to my normal share dealing account. Am l to assume my start price for cgt purposes is the price on 30th July 2010 and if it is how can l now find out the price that day ? Thanks in advance.
mikepompeyfan
24/9/2013
20:00
Thanks guys, I use those tools to print out my calculations, I guess I'll have to start doing an online return soon....
che7win
18/9/2013
07:46
che7win - just to add to Daytraders' reply, the actual links are in the thread header. Gengulphus
gengulphus
17/9/2013
21:45
che7win, few years back i had 100's of trades in a tax year, i just use one of the following calc's below, then just attach it to your online return when it asks for it. Free CGT calculators * CGTcalculator * Stonebanks
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