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The SidebySide Partnership have joined forces with Granville Developments in order to help you, or a client, manage the impact of property gains tax, following a property sale. Granville’s expertise within the property sector, combined with SidebySide’s decades of experience in capital investment, results in the perfect partnership that can assist individuals with their tax planning.


Capital Gains Tax is a tax on any profit you make upon disposal of an asset, it applies to most assets when they’re sold. Capital Gains Tax is applicable when assets are inherited (and then sold) and even gifted.


Total Inheritance Tax Receipts from HMRC Data in 2021/22



Total Capital Gains Tax Receipts from HMRC Data in 2020/21


Click here for an example of how Capital Gains Tax could affect you


The days of which a client has to report and pay a capital gain following the sale of a Buy To Let/Second property is now 30 days from completion. This is down from up to 22 months…


As property values increase over a period of time, the volume of tax savings we are able to orchestrate for those wishing to sell only increases too. However, many have been reluctant to sell in the past due to tax payments. You can minimize or defer capital gains by investing wisely.

The SidebySide Partnership & Granville are together offering the opportunity for higher rate tax payers to not only be able to defer their capital gains tax indefinitely by investing into a tax efficient investment fund, but also qualify for both inheritance tax and income tax relief on their investment.*

To find out more, complete the contact form below and a member of team will be in touch!

    * — If the shares are held for the minimum HMRC qualification periods. (3 years for income tax & 2 years for IHT purposes)

    Please note that the value of your investment can go up or down so you may get back less than your initial investment. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance and with investment your capital is at risk. Investing in start-ups and early stage businesses involves risks, including illiquidity, lack of dividends, loss of investment and dilution. It should be done only as part of a diversified portfolio. These investments are targeted exclusively at investors who understand the risks of investing in early-stage businesses and can make their own investment decisions. Any pitches for investment are not offers to the public.