IVA query
Posted: 03 July 2014 08:17 PM  
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Hi.
My husband and I are autonomous teachers. We are about to move house, having chosen to rent a property which will allow us to deliver classes from home.
Our new landlord-to-be has told us, (on advice), that she must add IVA to the rent because we will be delivering a business service from the property.
Does anyone know if this is a legal requirement? Also, she is saying we must complete quarterly returns, showing the IVA paid, even though English classes are exempt from IVA.
Any help would be much appreciated.
Thanks.

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Posted: 03 July 2014 09:30 PM  
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It is totally illegal to teach in your house as you don’t comply to any regulations. We did this for a short time without insurance etc. but now have opened a school. We feel a lot happier now that we have done this and that everything is now legal. Be very careful you don’t upset anyone!

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Posted: 03 July 2014 10:02 PM  
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We wont be running a school from the house. It will just be private classes.

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