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does HMRC need informing that you intend to use rent a room relief
My daughter owns a house and has a lodger. His rent is under the rent a room relief level. She currently only has a small additional income from a part time job with all income sources totalling under the income tax threshold. She will (hopefully) be getting a better paid job, so will need to use the rent a room relief, does she need to inform HMRC that she intends to do this in advance or indeed if she is below the limit does she need to inform them at all.
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