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    Capital Gains Tax on Bed & ISA
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    • 25th Feb 13, 6:47 AM
    Capital Gains Tax on Bed & ISA 25th Feb 13 at 6:47 AM
    I am completing a Bed and ISA transaction to shelter some shareholdings. Some of the shares that will be sold are in profit and some are in loss.

    When I complete the CGT section of my SA do I totally ignore the 'in profit' ones as the capital gain is well within the annual allowance and then claim the full loss on the losers - or do I have to offset the gains from the losses and then only claim the net loss?

    I can't seem to find any definitive guidance on this on the HMRC site.

    Thanks for any help.
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