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  • Tax

    Tax Write Offs

    Hello,

    I am preparing my first self assessment and was wondering if you could help/advise. It is for one let house, let personally, not through a business.

    I have the obvious like mortgage interest, agent fees, insurance, ground maintenance, plumbing repairs I had done etc. but are there any none obvious tax write offs that I can use? Perhaps generic ones that can have an estimated value? Was thinking along the lines of my mobile phone contract, could I reasonable write a % of that off? Perhaps an estimated stationary cost etc.

    I am obviously trying to claw back every penny here I know, but I am new to this and trying to learn so any advice would be very welcome! Thanks

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    Contact the HMRC they will give you info for free

    or use there internet pages

    Its quite simple really

    Services  rates council tax

    Finance loan interest (S24) bank charges

    Repairs any repair you do to the property Cp12 ect

    and others like Travel ect


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    Learn Change and Adapt ?????


    Free Spreadsheet Download - Allowable costs post  budget announcement

    Video demo: 

    Download spreadsheet: https://www.optimiseaccountants.co.uk/all...dOUTUyZNAY

    What costs can you offset against your property income. The above article discusses the three R:

     - Repairs
     - Replacement
     - Renewals

    We wished we could take the credit for the genius marketing but sadly we are unable to. The three R's in principle are costs that may be offset against property income and reduce the tax of the property investor.

    It is therefore important for you to mange your suppliers to ensure that invoices says "installation of a replacement kitchen" which is allowable costs against the property income rather than "installation of a new kitchen" which is not allowable and will be deemed by HMRC as a capital costs

    The article below discusses the use of capital allowances on certain property investments such as holiday lets and HMOs. The interesting thing about capital allowances is the fact that it is possible for you claim back any tax paid on your employment if losses are made.

    Article: https://www.optimiseaccountants.co.uk/cha...dOVdEyZNAY

    The final article in this suite is all about holiday lets. Provided that the investment meets the HMRC criteria for it to be defined as a holiday let then capital allowances may be claimed. This article looks as the type of costs that fit into the capital allowances bracket.

    Of course there are additional tax benefits to holiday lets including: Holdover relief on sale of the property, hold over relief in the event of your death to mitigate IHT, the profits from holiday lets are taken into account when looking at your pension contributions allowances plus many many more

    Article: https://www.optimiseaccountants.co.uk/are...dOVfUyZNAY

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    Simon Misiewicz | Business Development Manager

    Optimise Accountants

    Telephone: 0115 939 4606

    website: http://www.optimiseaccountants.co.uk