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  • Profile photo of Having a goHaving a go
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    Hello all, would really appreciate some info.  Our IP (purchased nearly 20 years ago) is on 2 blocks which are currently on one Title.  Looking to sell and considering demolishing, ‘splitting’ (creating 2 Titles) and selling 2 vacant blocks of land.  How would CGT be calculated in this circumstance?  How would it be calculated if blocks were sold in 2 separate financial years?  TIA

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    CGT = proceeds less cost base

    cost base would be apportioned between the 2 on a reasonable basis. Might be based on land area or valuation generally.

     

     

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