INDEPENDENT CAPITAL ALLOWANCES SPECIALISTS

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MBL Webinar – Capital Allowances

Capital Allowances for Construction & Property Expenditure – Practical Guidance & Update

Introduction

Capital allowances have become a major driver in the UK’s recovery allowances and been so front and centre of the Government’s drive to encourage investment, particularly in light of higher 25% corporation tax.

This webinar will provide you with a better understanding of how to […]

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Transitioning Rules from Super Deductions to Full Expensing

Transitioning Rules from Super Deductions to Full Expensing – Accounting Periods Straddling 31 March 2023

The 2 year window for claiming the 130% Super Deduction for general rate plant and machinery expired on the 31 March 2023 and was replaced by 100% Full Expensing.

Companies finalising their tax returns that do not have a 31 March 2023 […]

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Capital Allowances Tax Case Regarding Camping Pods

First Tier Tribunal Decision – Capital Allowances Tax Case Regarding Camping Pods

The First Tier Tribunal (FTT) has published its decision on the case of Acorn Venture Limited v HMRC [2023] UKFTT 995 (TC).

It concluded that camping pods used by school children as part of school residential adventure holidays did qualify as plant and machinery allowances.  […]

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GUNFLEET SANDS LTD V HMRC

By : December 20, 2023 Comments Off on GUNFLEET SANDS LTD V HMRC

GUNFLEET SANDS LTD V HMRC [2023] UKUT 260(TCC) 26 OCTOBER 2023

The Upper Tribunal (UT) recently considered a case that earlier in the year had been heard before the First Tier Tribunal (FTT) – a case that involved the construction of offshore windfarms at various locations around the UK coastline for a taxpayer with a trade […]

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SUPREME COURT RULING

By : May 23, 2023 Comments Off on SUPREME COURT RULING

COMMISSIONERS FOR HMRC V SSE GENERATION LTD

This case is an intriguing example of how a long running dispute is appealed and taken before the different stages of the Courts of Law to establish how to apply the legislation correctly. 

Between 2006 and 2009, SSE Generation Limited constructed a hydro-electric power station in Gledoe, Scotland and had […]

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Spring Budget 2023

Full expensing has arrived for companies, (well politicians are expert at full expensing). General pool plant and machinery (18% wda) incurred from 1 April 2023 to 31 March 2026 will attract 100% first year tax relief without any cap. For integral features (6% wda) this will attract 50% allowance in the first year with the […]

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Tax Case December 2022 Update

Court of Appeal Decision – Capital Allowances Tax Case Regarding Disputed Expenditure on the Structures of an Enrichment Plant

The Court of Appeal (Civil Division) has published its decision on the case of Urenco Chemplants Limited and Urenco UK Limited v HMRC [2002] EWCA CIV 1587.

It overturned decisions made by the Upper Tier Tribunal (UTT) […]

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