I have a client who was an employee and received letting income for 13/14 tax year, a SA100 was submitted. In the 14/15 tax year his circumstances changed. He was employed to 01/6/14.
I have a company that buys property and lets it out long-term. If the value of the property increases, then value of assets on the balance sheet will increase, I think.
My mother in law has a rental property which she wants to sell.
When crediting, say return of goods, invoice dated 15.03.15 for £5100 PPD of 2.5% therefore vat on the invoice at the time would be £994.50
Hi I rent rooms in my house.
I have elected to claim the 10% wear and tear, rather than 'renewals' claim for expenditure.
I have started to enter all of our customer and supplier details onto Sage and just need a little clarification.
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