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What percentage counts in my interest only mortgage as

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What percentage counts in my interest only mortgage as expenses when Doing my self assessment on a property I let out for one year
For the year 2019/2020 ? Thanks

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As you are clearly aware only interest may be used to offset rental income. However, all interest paid out in the accounting year may offset. income.

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Customer: replied 2 months ago.
Thanks but I’m confused now sorry can you simplify that for me ! Thanks

The interest you pay on your buy to net mortgage can be set off against the rental received to reduce your income for tax purposes. However, this is only allowed at the basic rates of tax, not higher rates.