When is Capital Gains Tax (CGT) due? Can I pay in instalments? What are the penalties if I pay late? 

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Do we know yet how overpayments arising through the real time reporting will be reclaimed? We had assumed it would be through the tax return in the same way as if there were an underpayment arising from the estimated real time return (estimated...

Do we know yet how overpayments arising through the real time reporting will be reclaimed? We had assumed it would be through the tax return in the same way as if there were an underpayment arising from the estimated real time return (estimated levels of income, that is) - but we're just filling in some real time gains on 2021 tax returns, and it doesn't seem to be creating a refund in quite the way we were expecting!

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This is something that has been noted by the ICAEW, we have added a paragraph at the end of the note. It seems that the CGT and SA systems are no yet working together and a manual override may be required to offset CGT against income tax.

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This is something that has been noted by the ICAEW, we have added a paragraph at the end of the note. It seems that the CGT and SA systems are no yet working together and a manual override may be required to offset CGT against income tax.

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