Wouldn’t it be great if you could talk to a finance specialist about capital gains tax for your property?
Watch as Ken Raiss and I discuss how to treat an inherited property investment for Capital Gains Tax.
This week’s question:
My grandmother died in the early 90’s and left her home to my mother, who kept it as a property investment ever since.
I’ve inherited it from my mother, who died earlier this year, how is this property treated for capital gains tax?
Thanks in advance.
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