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Capital gains and probate

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dilys4trevor Mon 10-Oct-16 09:05:13

Can anyone recommend an accountant who is an expert is CGT and probate?

Husband died earlier this year but just before this we sold a flat and made a fair amount. I inherited his share through Letters of Administration and so do I need to pay CGT on that too or just my half? We lived there for years so am hoping it's not that much.

If anyone has a recommendation that'd be ace.

Thanks

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