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Tax Implications On Property Sale

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Budlet | 15:04 Wed 15th Aug 2018 | Property
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My house is for sale as a)house and unconverted barn b)house only c)barn only.
What are the tax implications if I sell the house plus 3 acres and (separately) the unconverted barn plus two acres? Do I pay CGT on both?

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If the house is your main residence then you won't be liable for CGT. If the barn and land are on the same title as your house they will either have to be sold with your house ( no CGT) or given a separate title at the land registry. If you sell the land and barn on separate title that will be classed as a capital gain when sold.
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