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June 11, 2014
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Q&A on the Castle Howard Case - Is a Painting a Wasting Asset for CGT?

Paul Davison discusses the case of HMRC v The Executors of Lord Howard of Henderskelfe (deceased) in a Q&A session for Tax Journal magazine.

The essence of the case rests upon why a substantial gain made on an iconic painting should be exempt from capital gains tax (CGT)?  The answer takes us back to some very basic principles of CGT.

Download the full article here: Tax Journal Article - April 14

Article published April 2014.

 

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