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eFiling restricts the way in which the different methods of calculating CGT may be entered?

Posted 6 September 2014 under Tax Questions



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There are 4 methods of calculating CGT. A primary residence sale using method 1,2 or 3 shows a capital gain. eFiling appears to restrict the manner in which the figures may be entered. How may I enter one or other of the methods of calculating the gain?

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TaxTimTaxTim says:
7 September 2014 at 16:51

eFiling asks for the base cost and proceeds, so however you calculate these using any of the methods is what you would include in eFiling.


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