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I cant play the video. it stops in the middle.Plz HELp me..
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Can anyone help in solving example 1, I does not whether I should use tax year to make property Income account or use accounting year?
@zlip792, How come that 300 as of redecoration can be allowable expense for current year when they are paid in November 2011.
thank very much for the great explanation. Could you clear the issue of the date for the election for Rent a Room relief? in the Dec. notes it is 2014 but in the video you say 2013.
would be really helpful if like last year lectures..he would write the solutions as he works it.
would be really helpful if the lecturer could write on the board, cos it will make it more understandable and gives an idea of how to present answers during exam…
@Daisy, You can see the solutions in the course notes (answers section)
Hello sir…quite clearly explained lectures…i certainly thank you for it. I need clarity on something though. If someone is letting property and the question does not explicitly say whether they are employed or self employed can it be taken as understood that all allowable expenses for the self employwill be applied…i await a response
would be really helpful if the tutor could write on the board, makes it more understandable and gives an idea of how to present answers in exam…
very helpful. always reminds me of important points..
As much as the lecture is good, it’s a shame it does not follow last year’s video lecture. Last years showed you a step by step working which made it a lt easier to understand. I was using these until earlier in the month until the lecture notes were updated.
Brillant tutor, but if he could please explain with workings on the board it will go a long way to aid easy understanding of the topic.
In example 2 would redecoration really be an allowable expense?
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