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Capital Gains Tax Calculator for UK Non-Residents 2019/20

If you are a non-resident of the UK, you will now be subject to Capital Gains Tax rules if you sell a UK property or shares.

We have created this Capital Gains Tax calculator for the tax year 2019/20 to help you understand how much capital gains tax you may have to pay if you sell or have sold your property or shares in the tax year 2019/20.

Please complete the details about your property below. Not all fields are required, but the more information you submit, the more accurate the calculation will be.

Please be aware that this Capital Gains Tax calculator has been created as a guide and must not be used for any official tax calculations. You should always seek advice from a qualified accountant before making any decisions.

Calculate your estimated Capital Gains Tax and profit after taxes are applied

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