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#1 07-11-13 12:51:47

Bouncer2005
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Lessons - no charge

I am just completing my 2012/2013 tax return and have listed all income received in this period. 

However, in this tax year, i did not charge two pupils for lessons (nephew and niece).  I am probably being too honest here, but does anyone know if i need to put down a notional income figure for each lesson conducted (i.e the amount i would have charged a paying pupil) or is it ok to put down no income, simply because no income was charged?

What i am basically thinking of is if the tax man sees these two pupils as having no charge, would it be a problem? Ps I would count the mileage used as private etc

Many thanks

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#2 07-11-13 13:05:42

reddragonbus
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Re: Lessons - no charge

You only need to declare income, why would you declare imaginary income?

You can declare all expenses including expenses incurred giving lessons for free.


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#3 07-11-13 13:08:42

Bouncer2005
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Re: Lessons - no charge

Thanks reddragonbus

You have said exactly what i thought was the situation, just wanted others' opinions - after all, I have put down all income received etc, so many thanks for the reply.

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