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    Hi guys - first post!
    I have rented out 5 properties while being employed but have been on incapacity benefit now for two years and my employment status has ended this year. I have always self-assesed as 'property income' 'employed' and 'incapacitiy income'... now im no longer emloyed but received incapacity, what status should I be classified- thanks

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    Call hmrc hotline for advice .

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