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When a rental property is jointly owned can the rental

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when a rental property is jointly owned can the rental income be claimed by just one of the owners
HelloIncome from property jointly owned by people who are not married or in a civil partnership is taxed according to actual shares owned. If the property is owned 50/50 then each must declare their share. You cannot choose to have the income taxed on an unequal basis because you think it would be to your advantage (for example because one of you pays tax at a higher rate than the other).
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