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  • Could we be more tax efficient!
    by bobcat
    Hi all,

    We are currently completing the annual tax return for my wife and just wondering whether we could be more tax efficient! We no longer have any loans on the properties or major replacements planned so our tax payable is more than previous years. I don't mind paying tax but am wondering...
    09-12-2019, 17:40 PM
  • Reply to Could we be more tax efficient!
    by JK0
    It's only if you have an agent running the place, the flat is assumed to be managed from there, so your trips to the agent are deemed to be you 'travelling to work'. (Sounds nonsense to me, but there we are.)

    If there is no agent. or you are between lettings, I'd say you can claim mile...
    13-12-2019, 12:10 PM
  • Reply to Could we be more tax efficient!
    by jpkeates
    An employer can pay an employee £4 a week without it being taxable to cover the additional costs if the employee works from home.

    So I make the claim on the same basis and have done for years.
    No one's ever queried it.
    It's not consistent with the HMRC advice for small businesses,...
    13-12-2019, 10:55 AM
  • Reply to Could we be more tax efficient!
    by bobcat
    Hi everyone, thanks for all the advice and apologise for the delay in responding.

    I think of all the possible things mentioned the only things I don't claim for at the moment are mileage, home office and apportioning a phone bill so will look at those in more detail.

    In terms...
    13-12-2019, 09:53 AM
  • Responses from HMRC
    by AndrewDod
    Is anyone getting any responses from HMRC these days at all. I sent then two R17 forms with certificates of postage -- one a year ago, another a month ago. No response or acknowledgement at all....
    11-12-2019, 17:51 PM
  • Reply to Responses from HMRC
    by Gordon999
    You can call the tax office hotline , quote your tax reference and ask if your recent letter / form R17 has been entered under your file ?...
    12-12-2019, 22:56 PM
  • Reply to CGT Online Tax Return Question
    by Gordon999
    For calculation of capital gain after sale, the gain (= "sale proceeds" minus "acquisition costs" ) and you want to include the cost of 6 additional buildings and not kept the receipts, you still show the calculation in the tax return but you declare the acquisition cost is based...
    12-12-2019, 22:50 PM
  • CGT Online Tax Return Question
    by Tricky19
    I have a couple of questions relating to my online self-assessment for the CGT calculation on a rental property i have sold.

    I originally lived in the property as my primary residence and had some improvement works done which added to the value of the property. I will be deducting these...
    06-12-2019, 14:53 PM
  • Reply to Responses from HMRC
    by tatemono
    my wife and I filed paper returns in August and received our tax statements on the same day in November. Hoping not to hear from them again for a while ;-)
    12-12-2019, 21:46 PM
  • Existing property and existing Ltd Co - Tax question
    by Iceboy74
    Hi All,

    I have a LTD co, via which I have been doing consulting for 12 years. About a year a go I asked my accountant to change the SIC codes to include property development, rental etc.

    I have just refurbished a house and the Estate Agent has asked me if I want the agreement...
    10-12-2019, 11:39 AM
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