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    by Gordon999
    The lodger allowance is £7500 p.a and not required to report in tax return.
    08-08-2020, 19:16 PM
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    by Advice seeker
    Hi all

    This might be a simple one, or not.

    Can someone please advise if this seems correct?

    For 2019-2020 I have the following on the HMRC form:

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    I believe mortgage...
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    by Advice seeker
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    Would be interested in your opinions actually as a business model or whatever you want to call it...

    Over the eleven years since I started the...
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    by jpkeates
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