Capital gains tax (CGT) rates cut: what it means for business owners

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The Budget 2016 brought good news for owner managers and shareholders in private trading companies, says Peter Rayney, who considers the new tax breaks as capital gains tax (CGT) was cut by 8% bringing the new rate down to 20%

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