CGT Guide

Investor Guide to Reducing Capital Gains Tax

For high-net-worth individuals and sophisticated investors who have recently disposed of an asset, exploring some of the potential ways to defer and reduce a capital gains tax (CGT) liability can be useful, particularly as the CGT threshold is set to fall to £3,000 in 2025 (from £12,300 in 2023).
Individuals looking to reduce an existing capital gains tax bill and maximise tax-efficiency in the future may find the following three tax-efficient investment routes introduced by the UK Government to be particularly useful:
  • The Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS)
  • The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS)
  • Social Investment Tax Relief (SITR)

In this guide, the generous range of capital gains tax reliefs offered by the schemes are elaborated on, including:

  • Reinvestment relief
  • Deferral Relief
  • Disposal relief
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