Are all assets liable to Capital Gains Tax (CGT)? What records do I need to keep? How do I work out my annual tax-free allowance? And how do I calculate losses and gains? Just a few of the thorny questions that tax those of us in business - particularly those of us dealing in shares and commercial and private property. Like most tax matters CGT is worryingly easy to get wrong if you try to scale the learning curve alone. That’s why so many individuals and businesses entrust their Capital Gains Tax affairs to London Docklands based accountants RBS.

Over many years we at RBS Accountants have developed a portfolio of clients, both small and large and in all sectors of business. Many of our clients have grown with us, as we've expertly steered their affairs and kept them free of the Capital Gains Tax pitfalls that lurk for the unwary. We'll start by scheduling an initial meeting with you, with no commitment on your part, to look at your business and get a feel for your needs. We'll certainly be able to suggest ways to make your Capital Gains Tax reporting easier and more efficient. And having removed some of the mystique (and hopefully a few headaches) we'll look at ways to minimise your Capital Gains Tax exposure and maximise your profits.

Think of employing RBS Chartered Accountants to handle your CGT affairs as an investment in your future growth and profitability. We'll look at tax-free investments and minimising your exposure to Capital Gains Tax through shared ownership. We'll advise you on the viability of sale and repurchase, and on structuring your business and your future planning and disposal of assets so as to be as efficient for CGT as possible. It’s all about keeping on the right side of the law while maximising the returns on your investment. With RBS Accountants in your corner, you can delegate the detail and allow your business to flourish.