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Capital Gains Tax Rise Will 'end Up Losing The Treasury £2.5Bn'

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Comments are now open. The anti-CGT-rise have taken an early lead... :)

Highly likely i would have thought. If its punative many will manipulate their actions to put it off or avoid it. Anyway, it can only be stolen/ taxed once. If the real owner gets to keep the cash longer he will either invest it or spend it or save it. The government still gets some of it either way. Then he will eventually die or give it away, and the govt likely gets some then. Either way the govt gets the money.

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