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11 Nov 2019
With correct planning it may be possible to secure a 10% tax rate on sale of a property if it has been used as serviced accommodation or holiday let for at least 2 years.
28 Oct 2019
If your strategy is buy to serviced accommodation, it is likely that you will be able to make a capital allowances claim for plant and equipment imbedded in the fabric of the building.