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  • Gordon999
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    The rent-a-room scheme (rent below £7500 ) applies to a room in your own home.

    https://www.gov.uk/government/public...-a-room-scheme

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  • calista
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    Thanks for your reply, this is what i thought, but couldn't find anything on the government page to back it up.

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  • jpkeates
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    You can claim the rent a room allowance even if you have a separate rental business.
    They're not the same thing.

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  • calista
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    Rent aroom property relief.

    Hi Qick Q i cant find the answer online..

    Can i claim rent a room relief on a rent of 300pounds a month at my first property where I live. 3600 a year.

    I rent a second property 1200 pcm, where I do not live and would not claim the rent a room relief- or rather i pay tax normally at this property.

    Im not sure if i can claim the tax free allowance for the first house if i rent a second property.

    Anyone in the know?

    Many thanks

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