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My wife and I live in a property which is combination of a

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My wife and I live in a property which is combination of a mews house bought in 1986 and an adjoining ground floor flat to which we 'knocked through' after purchase in 1997. We are thinking of now reverting to living only in one of the two halves and either selling (or renting out) the other. What are the CGT implications if selling or renting out half of what has been our main home?
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Tax