Hello first tim post, so I hope ive posted in the correct place.
I have an ISA with a traditional broker (another company) so this question is soley interested in the freetrade GIA, so please don’t advise I use an ISA, as I already have one ! I know the allowances for dividends (£2000) and Capital Gains Tax (£12300),and i’m a country mile away from exceeding these allowances. None the less I wish to report my Capital gain and dividends in my tax return. A traditional broker proves a detailed tax certificate listing all Capital Gain and dividends.
In freetrade I have found my dividends by going through the activity feed. How does one find the capital gain when shares are sold as the proffit(or loss) is not shown, only the sold amount in pounds.