Capital Gains Tax
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Capital Gains Tax

Using a room exclusively for business use can mean that Capital Gains Tax Principal Private Residence Relief (CGT PPR) will not apply on sale of the home.
Occasional and minor personal home use of the business room will not make it qualify for this relief.

If the room is used partly for business purposes and partly for home CGT PPR Relief will qualify in full.
This is something to think about when you are making your tax relief claims.