An Any Answers question this week week raised some interesting points for tax claims at some time in the future, when we all finally manage to embrace wireless technology (and it actually does what it says on the packet).
CF Clayton asked about CGT implications for part use of home for business, if no particular room in the house is specified for working from home.
He envisaged a self-employed person who is able to work in any room of the house using a wi-fi connection. He did not say it, but presumably this person is a true master of the paperless office. His "office" is fully contained in his lap top and mobile phone, he needs no files or permanent desking or even dedicated accommodation in which to run his business, just somewhere warm and dry to work.
What expenses might such an individua...