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'Residence'
02/12/2016, by Tax Insider, Tax Tips - Property Tax

Legislation does not define exactly what constitutes a ‘residence’ but in the tax case of Batey v Wakefield (1981) it was decided that not only can the ... Continue Reading

Tax Insider Tip: Repairs
28/11/2016, by Tax Insider, Tax Tips - Property Tax

Work carried out to an existing or newly acquired property resulting in the property being improved or altered is deemed to be a capital expense, which is deductible ... Continue Reading

Tax Insider Tip: Restricted Claim
25/11/2016, by Tax Insider, Tax Tips - General Tax

Capital allowances available on assets purchased for use in a property business need not be claimed in full; the amount can be restricted by choice. The amount of ... Continue Reading

Tax Insider Tip: Equity Release
21/11/2016, by Tax Insider, Tax Tips - Business Tax

Income tax relief is available on a loan taken out to release capital in a rented property that is subsequently used to purchase another property or even to reduce ... Continue Reading

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ICPA Chairman Tony Margaritelli on scammers, CAT, M&S and HMRC in his latest in practice blog