So in 2020/2021 I realised a gain in Crypto of around 13,500. I however have previous losses I'd like to offset against this.
- 2011/2012 I made a loss on shares/CFDs and filled in a CGT section with "total losses of the year" of £2K and "losses available to be carried forward to later years" of £2K. There were no gains - this was done in anticipation of future gains...
- 2013/2014 I made a loss in shares/CFDs of about £3K however I didn't submit a CGT form and so accept that this is no longer claimable against.
- 2017/2018 I made a loss of about £1K on Crypto but didn't submit a CGT form.
- 2018/2019 I made a loss of about £300 on Crypto but didn't submit a CGT form (in fact I didn't submit a self assessment form as I was advised I no longer needed to)
- 2019/2020 I made a loss of about £7K on shares/CFDs but didn't submit a CGT form (in fact I didn't submit a self assessment form as I was advised I no longer needed to)
First question is - I know there is a "real time" Capital Gains service - however given that I want to use previous losses, and I made >10K last year, do I need to do full self assesment?
Second set of questions is: -
- The £2K loss I declared in 2011/2012 hasn't been mentioned on any paperwork since - can I still utilise this?
- The 2013/2014 loss I believe to be a right-off as it's >4 years ago - is that correct?
- The losses from 2017/2018 onwards fall within 4 years (i.e. declarable before April 2022) can still be used to offset this year (and future years) - is that correct?