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What are the implications of the forthcoming changes in capital gains tax?

Q Following from the Chancellor's recent Pre-Budget Review I noticed that he is intending to change the rules for capital gains tax. I was planning to sell my share in the surgery in June next year. I bought into the surgery in May 1990 and my share cost £50,000.The value of my share is now approximately £200,000. There have been no changes to my ownership of the property since I bought in, in 1990. What should I do?

A GP in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

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