Setting up an Online Tutoring Business From Home after Redundancy due to Coronavirus
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Hi All, Hope you're all well.
My daughter became redundant at the weekend along with all the staff at a private TEFL School. She has had requests from her current students wishing to continue their lessons with her and of course as this cannot be done face to face, she has thought about starting teaching online. She rents a room in a house and of course wouldn't have students coming to the house. Her equipment would be a computer with camera and her workbooks and teaching aids, cards pictures worksheets and the like.
It's unlikely she would earn enough to pay tax, but does anyone have a good link or a list of things she'd need to look at before doing this ir running a business from home and whether if this took off what expenses she could offset her taxes against.
Any advice would be really appreciated.
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These are to stop people having deliveries/stock/customers coming to the house - from a restrictive covenant perspective
The mortgage conditions would probably be to avoid a residential property becoming a commercial one like being converted into a shop.
What you are talking about here is a work from home role where there is no traffic to the property or change of use of property so legally there is nothing stopping this being done.