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    Buy to let mortgage arrangement fee

    Can the arrangement fee for a mortgage renewal be classed as an expense on a self-assessment tax return? If so can you please advise which section to put the costs under?

    Many thanks in advance.

    #2
    Mortgage arrangement fee is a finance cost which is no longer allowable against rental income. It can be reported in box 44 if you are submitting SA105 tax return.

    See advice notes for box 26 in

    file:///C:/Users/other/AppData/Local/Temp/SA105_English_Notes-2021.pdf

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      #3
      Or perhaps here:

      https://assets.publishing.service.go...Notes-2021.pdf

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        #4
        Thanks very much

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