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Ive just taken on a client who has a Ladies Hair salon. Part

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I've just taken on a client who has a Ladies Hair salon. Part of his income is from renting out a room to a nail technician. The previous accountant has treated this as "Other income" and Class 4 NI has been paid on it.

Can I treat it as Rent and therefore no Class 4 will be payable? If so would going back to previous years cause a problem with the Inland Revenue



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Box 15 of self employment pages (full) covers any other business income not included in Box 14 as turnover.


It includes rental income from letting part of your business accommodation that has

become temporarily surplus.


I would not show it as rental income on property income pages - SA105 unless you can convince HMRC that it is rental income in the true sense and not connected to your business income.


More information on this can be found on SA103f-notes here


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