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Budget 2017: Airbnb rentals may no longer qualify for tax break as Government...

edited 30 November -1 at 12:00AM in Boost Your Income
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edited 30 November -1 at 12:00AM in Boost Your Income
Homeowners who rent out their properties via sites such as Airbnb may no longer be able to access a Government tax break...
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'Budget 2017: Airbnb rentals may no longer qualify for tax break as Government plans 'Rent a Room' overhaul'
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  • economumeconomum
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    I'd like to know how they are going to define the dividing line between long-term and short-term guests/lodgers.

    I've been renting my spare room to students working at a local hospital on placements of a few months - which this tax break encourages.

    There's a real shortage of accommodation around where I live and major congestion/parking issues so I think hosting students within walking distance of the hospital helps the local area too.
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