There are still a number of special reliefs and allowances that will encourage taxpayers to organise their tax affairs so that gains are taxed under the capital gains tax rules rather than as income.
There is no indication that George Osborne will make any radical changes to CGT in the March Budget 2012. Here's a quick summary of the main rates and reliefs prior to the 2012 Finance Bill.
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