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How to work out your capital gain or capital loss in part A explains how to calculate a capital gain using one of the three methods:
Trust distributions in part A explains how to calculate your capital gain if a managed fund or trust has distributed a capital gain to you. You must take into account capital gains included in trust distributions in working out your net capital gain or capital loss.
For more specific directions on how to complete your tax return, go to:
- part B, for individuals
- part C for companies, trusts and funds (individuals who use the worksheets may find steps 1, 2 and 3 in part C useful, ignore the word ‘entity’).