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    Online courses, do they count as working from home? and/or landlord home office

    We are a couple, one works from home the other works in a shop. But the one that works in a shop also has online courses that are done at home (does it count as working from home?). Then there is also landlord home office expenses.

    So on employment section of tax return can we be both claim WFH £312 expenses? On property income section can we both claim landlord home office £208 expenses?

    We think we can both claim the £312 and the £208 needs to be split 50/50?

    Thanks

    #2
    1. WFH expenses is not an allowable expense against rental income .Claiming WFH expenses is covered by this gov.uk website :

    https://www.gov.uk/government/news/a...king-from-home


    2. Landlord home office expense is allowed against rental income.

    Your 12 months rental income minus all expenses ( letting agent, + repairs + home office expense ) = rental profit.

    Split 50:50 for reporting in tax return by each joint-owner

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