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Thank for your reply. I am a bit confused by the link (HS295) you shared. First, it doesn't mention crypto, second "You do not pay Capital Gains Tax on assets you give or sell to your husband, wife or civil partner.
I've basically gifted crypto to my spouse and I want to know if I should include this event in the CGT report or not, since I need to declare CGT losses.
Any expert that can help with me query please?
I have to fill a self-assessment as I am an employee earning more than £100K.
I will declare losses in the CGT section. Obviously, I will include in the report all the disposals that produced a gain or a loss within the tax year. My questions are:
a. Do I need to report gifts (in form of crypto transfers) to my spouse if I declare losses?
b. Do I need to report zero gain/loss disposals if I declare losses.