A home office agreement is a contractual licence used by an owner to share home office space with another or to provide a contractual basis for working from home. If you are working from home,... ... Read more
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How to Make a Home Office Rental Agreement
A home office agreement is a contractual licence used by an owner to share home office space with another or to provide a contractual basis for working from home.
If you are working from home, operate through a limited company and want to provide a contractual basis for renting your home office use this simple home office rental agreement. This may help you to claim back, for tax purposes, overheads in running the business. Put things on the correct legal footing with this home office lease, including the right to use workstations, the licence fee payable, and termination rights.
Use this agreement when:
This agreement covers:
You can use an agreement to share office space within the home when:
You'll need to determine the amount that the sharer must pay for the space. Under the agreement, the sharer must pay any VAT due on the licence fee. The licence fee can be a weekly or monthly figure and the agreement covers the situation where the agreement starts mid-way through a month. For example, if the sharer moved in on 15 March the payment would be half the monthly figure for the period up to 31 March with the next monthly payment being due on 1 April.
The licence fee can be inclusive of the costs of services (eg internet, photocopying, reception and secretarial services) and towards utility bills. Alternatively, you can charge a licence fee and demand additional sums to reflect a contribution towards the cost of any services and utilities.
Last reviewed or updated 17/06/2022
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