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    • SoFedUpOfBeingRippedOff
    • By SoFedUpOfBeingRippedOff 19th Apr 18, 10:39 AM
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    Mortgage Advice (Broker) Fees - Landlord Tax Return
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    • 19th Apr 18, 10:39 AM
    Mortgage Advice (Broker) Fees - Landlord Tax Return 19th Apr 18 at 10:39 AM
    Hi, I recently remortgaged a BTL property and paid fees to a professional mortgage broker for BTL mortgage advice (ie to help me find the best available mortgage). I understand that these are tax deductible but do they come under "Legal, Management and Professional Fees" or "Costs of Finance" on the property pages of my tax return? Thanks in advance.
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    • By SoFedUpOfBeingRippedOff 10th May 18, 10:41 AM
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    Spoke to HMRC who advised to put it under "Loan interest and other financial costs" just in case anyone else is looking for the same answer.
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