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CGT on Home Clinic / Office

CGT on Home Clinic / Office


I have a client who is a self-employed Chiropidist and has decided she would prefer to have a clinic at home rather than continually renting clinic space.

She has got planning permission to remove the garage and erect a new garage with a clinic / home office at the rear.  The building is totally separate from the house, although it is on the same piece of land.

No mention has been made by the Council about Council Tax / Non Domestic Rates so at the moment, it is still under the house.

What impact would there be for Capital Gains Tax when they decided to sell the house in the future?  Ideally, the costs of the clinic / office would be covered by her self-employment but as this is the first time I've come across someone actually building a proper clinic / office rather than using space already at the house, I'm not sure how she comes off Tax wise.

Any advice would be most gratefully received.

Many thanks in advance.



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