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    Under the last point in CGT rates it says if a taxpayer has 15,000 taxable gains and taxable income of 22,010 then the first 10,000 would be taxed at 18% whereas the remainder would be taxed at 28%. Why do we take only the 10,000 (difference between the 22,010 and 32,010) when the 22,010 already falls in the basic rate band?
    and in your illustration of the wife and husband scenario, the whole of the taxable gains is taxed directly at the specified rate?
    in what case do we get the difference like in the first scenario and in what case do we tax the taxable gains directly?

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