How do I enter expenses that cover more than one property?

You can either apportion these between each property, or enter each property’s share of the total on its expense sheet; alternatively, you can simply choose one property as your “default” property and put the whole expense into that property’s sheet. A third alternative is to create a new property called “General Expenses” and record expenses like these under that “property”. Because everything is added together for your tax return anyway, it doesn’t really matter which way you do it – other than for the purposes of comparing one property’s performance with another. The main thing is to only record each expense once – don’t double-up!

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