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    Completing a Tax return what box do i claim for these items

    Im hoping someone may be able to advise here. I have just got my letter through to complete the tax return by January but I always complete this early, the form seems to change every year so there are a few items I cannot see how I claim for.

    What section would you put in mortgage interest, I believe we can still claim 20%. My mortgages are £9016 per year so think I should enter £1803.36

    The others I don't know where to claim at the moment is charity donations, Pension.

    Inventory, EICR, Finder's fee, tenancy renewal, do these all come under the letting agent fees as they dealt with all of these items and invoiced on monthly bills.

    If you have the box number it is much appreciated, this is for online.



    #2
    I got an answer to this one, it's on the page after all expenses and says other financial costs, enter all your remortgage payments, and then it calculates the 20% at the end.

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      #3
      Buy a book on property tax.
      I am legally unqualified: If you need to rely on advice check it with a suitable authority - eg a solicitor specialising in landlord/tenant law...

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        #4
        Originally posted by theartfullodger View Post
        Buy a book on property tax.
        This year tax return was not as clear as the last one online, your see when you come to complete yours ;-)

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          #5
          Originally posted by Neil10 View Post

          This year tax return was not as clear as the last one online, your see when you come to complete yours ;-)
          Yes I wasn't quite sure where to put service charges, it is less user friendly this year I think.

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