HMRC has changed working from home tax relief rules – are you still eligible?

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Undoubtedly the pandemic has changed the world of work, while some were forced into working from home, others are choosing to stay that way now that restrictions have eased. 

Because of this, from the start of the 2022 tax year people who choose to work from home will no longer be eligible for the relief. 

This means that if one’s employer does not have the facilities available for them to work in an office or similar premises, meaning they have no other option but to work from home, only then will they be eligible. 

New guidance on the Government website states: “You can claim if your employer has not already paid your expenses and you have additional household costs as a result of working from home.

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