What Are Capital Taxes - Fergal McManus Solicitor, Chartered Tax Adviser and Notary Public
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What Are Capital Taxes

In general terms, Capital taxes are taxes which are derived from the value of assets such as land and buildings. In the Irish context that means Inheritance and Gift Tax (known as Capital Acquisitions Tax (CAT)), Capital Gains Tax, Taxation of Trusts, Stamp Duty and Local Property Tax (LPT). Mercantile Solicitors specialise in dealing with Capital Tax issues.