Hello Keith, the qualifying i a talking about is on the uk hmrc tax return for eu holidag lettings. It is about the number of days per annum that it is let. I met the qualifying number of days 4 years ago but they upped the number of days the year after and i have not met this since. You are allowed to continue for 3 years not meeting this qualification and then you are not allowed to declare as a holiday let again. So my question is that i cannot declare as a holidah let this year but i must of course declare the income - so i must put this on the foreign pages? I have expenses in cleaning but no mortgage -
So in your opinion i would be able to offset expenses against it as detailed earlier? I presume that hmrc have a reason for not allowing further ddclarations on the holiday lettings page? What the disadvantage here? Is it sonething to do with losing capital allowances.