The 2013 Tax Return Form 11 must also include details of any gains or losses arising on the disposal of assets which occurred in the period 1 January 2013 and 31 December 2013. A disposal means a transfer of ownership in an asset whether by means of sale, gift, exchange or otherwise and includes a part disposal of an asset. The gain or loss is taxable under the Capital Gains Tax (CGT) legislation.
Capital Gains Tax is a self- assessment tax. Regardless of whether you are registered for tax purposes, you must calculate and pay your tax and file a return of gains and losses without being requested to do so by Revenue. If you are not filing a Form 11 Income Tax Return, the relevant form for CGT is a CG1.
It is important to note there are different dates for filing the return and making a payment of the tax due. The 2013 return is due to be filed on or before the 31st October 2014, however the payment of the tax is as follows –
The above is the basics, click here to access Revenue’s guidance notes meeting your capital gains tax obligations.
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