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Capital Gains Worksheet

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Capital Gains Worksheet – Overview

This guide is an overview of the Capital Gains Worksheet which is found in the Ftax SA100 form. If the tax filer has capital gains to declare, then the Ftax SA100 capital gains section will need to be completed.

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1. Navigate to the Capital Gains Worksheet:

You can navigate to the Capital Gains summary section using the bookmark on the left or by clicking the 'Capital Gains' button on the navigation panel on the right.

Navigation panel on the right

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2. Add Data to the Capital Gains Worksheet:

You can either enter sub-totalled Capital Gains data manually into boxes 14 to 44, or click the Capital Gains worksheet button to enter each gain separately.

Capital gains worksheet button

 

Click 'Next Gain' to add new gains or losses or click 'Previous Gain' to edit previously entered data.

Next gain and previous gain buttons

 

When you have finished entering your data into the Capital Gains worksheets, click “Back to return”.

Back to return button

 

All fields containing calculations (other than those concerning losses) will be completed for you when you return from the worksheets.

Data filled in

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3. Submit Online

When you submit online, enter a brief summary of the worksheet calculations in comment box 54 or click on 'Capital Gains Worksheets PDF Copy' to generate a simple PDF of the worksheet. This may be accessed via your Ftax account and can be attached to your submission on page 2.

PDF copy button

A receipt will appear and you should receive an email shortly with instructions on how to download the PDF. Once downloaded, it may be attached to a client email, attached to the tax return, used to print more flexibly or simply saved in your files.

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