My client lives in very large country house and employs a family of three who act as housekeeper, general handyman, gardener, security and cleaner all of whom live in staff accommodation which is attached to the house.
There are no seperate meters for gas/electric water etc to the staff rooms, they pay nothing towards any of the enormous household running costs but they do pay for their own food. The house is stuffed full of antiques and furniture.
I am happy calculating the BIK in normal circumstances but using the same criteria with this gives a massive BIK for each employee.
Any ways to mitigate this other than charging a rent to the employees?