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How to Maximise Landlord Expenses

**New report for 2019/20 released October 2019**

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Property owners become landlords for a variety of reasons but one thing that they all have in common is the desire to maximise rental income profits and/or capital growth from their property investment. 

This in-depth report tells you everything you need to know about maximising landlord expenses as a legitimate way to increase your property profits..

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Contents include:

1. Taxable Profits – Method Of Calculation

1.1 Cash Basis v Accrual Basis

1.2 Opt-Out

1.3 Jointly Owned Property

1.4 Which Is Best?

1.5 Advantage Of Cash Basis

1.6 Disadvantage Of Cash Basis

1.7 Switching Basis

2. Revenue v Capital Expenses

3. Claimable Revenue Expenses

3.1 Commonly Overlooked Claimable Expenses

3.2 Use Of Home As Office

3.3 Travel/Use Of Car

3.4 Duality Of Purpose Problem

3.5 Car - What To Claim?

3.6 Use Of A Car Allowance

3.7 Travel - Foreign Property/UK Resident Landlord

3.8 Travel To The UK

3.9 Letting Agents Manager

3.10 Public Transport

4. Employing Family Members

5. Repairs, Replacements And Improvements

6. Replacement Of Domestic Items Relief

6.1 Restriction Of Claim

6.2 Selling The Old Item

6.3 Part Exchange

6.4 Incidental Expenses

6.5 Pre-Letting Expenses

6.6 Necessary Expenditure

6.7 Additional Electrical Works

7. Replacement Of Bathrooms And Kitchens

8. Timing Of Expenditure

8.1 Obligation To Pay

8.2 Capital Gains Tax

9. Optional Methods Of Calculation

9.1 Property Allowance Claim

9.2 Elections

9.3 Exclusions

9.4 ‘Rent A Room Relief’

9.5 Apportionment

9.6 HMRC Helpsheet

10. Mortgage Interest Restriction

10.1 Examples Of Impact

11. Incorporation

11.1 Issues To Consider

11.2 Capital Gains Tax

12. Records

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