Practice point

Where a loss is expected on a private residence, but significant taxable gains on other assets exist or are anticipated, it may be worthwhile to consider whether the rules which normally permit PRR can be broken to enable at least part of the loss on the dwelling-house to be allowed. Some of the possibilities in this area are set out below.

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