My new neighbour and his trophy wife have just been over to introduce themselves.Brand new Range Rover,spotless Hunter wellies,new Barbour just out of the wrapper,she was all teeth and tits tottering along in her high heels,you get the picture.........He is something in the City. He says he wants to buy my Bottom Field,as it butts onto his land.He wants to pay me £10,000 per acre,there is about 5 acres down there.Now the going rate around here is £4-5k per acre.The field is 'organic' ie I have never done anything with it and is is producing a great crop of thistles and nettles. The guy then says we could do the deal for cash and so the chancellor need never know.Our hero has his city bonus burning a hole in his pocket. My initial thoughts were "Get in!" and take the cash.However my sensible side is saying if we do this through the Land Registry which we would need to do,HMRC will get involved and I'll get stung for Capital Gains Tax or some such. Any thoughts on avoiding the inevitable taxation?