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Replacement of white goods/carpets in unfurnished rental property

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My client has several properties which she lets out unfurnished.  However, they do have carpets, curtains and white goods.  In the past I have always disallowed the first purchase of such items when the property is being readied for letting, but allowed subsequent replacement when they were worn out or damaged.  Am I right in thinking that from 6 April 2013 such replacements are no longer allowable?

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By Steve Kesby
18th Aug 2014 16:07

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... HMRC's view. The latest discussion of the topic is HERE.

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