INDEPENDENT CAPITAL ALLOWANCES SPECIALISTS

Capital Allowances, Corporation Tax Loss Relief & Interest Deductions – Act Now

By : March 1, 2017 Comments Off on Capital Allowances, Corporation Tax Loss Relief & Interest Deductions – Act Now

SERIOUS IMPLICATIONS FOR PRIVATE EQUITY BUSINESSES AND PROPERTY COMPANIES Capital allowances are available to companies when they incur expenditure on buying, building or refurbishing commercial property and the tax benefits can be significant.  It is a non-contentious way of reducing

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LexisNexis Webinar – Tax for General Practice & Capital Allowances

By : June 15, 2016 Comments Off on LexisNexis Webinar – Tax for General Practice & Capital Allowances

The LexisNexis Tax for General Practice webinar programme covers key tax issues for practitioners who may not be specialists. As always, there is a lot to talk about. In the March budget, the Chancellor announced several changes which may have implications

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MBL Webinar for Property Lawyers and Tax Advisers (Capital Allowances)

By : May 3, 2016 Comments Off on MBL Webinar for Property Lawyers and Tax Advisers (Capital Allowances)

The capital allowances fixtures regime has undergone a significant change since April 2014 in relation to buying and selling commercial properties. Without clear and practical advice at an early stage of a transaction, allowances could now either be under claimed

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10 Key Qualities To Look For In A Capital Allowances Advisor

By : November 25, 2015 Comments Off on 10 Key Qualities To Look For In A Capital Allowances Advisor

It is becoming more and more likely that you or your clients will be approached directly by capital allowances advisors to review capital expenditure when properties are purchased or when construction expenditure is incurred.  This can be beneficial but is

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Drafting For Purchase Contracts And CPSE Capital Allowances Responses

By : July 15, 2015 Comments Off on Drafting For Purchase Contracts And CPSE Capital Allowances Responses

Since April 2014 the legislation has been substantially tightened for capital allowances when buying commercial property. The allowances can be significant and often represent around 10%-25% of the purchase price of the property.  There are standard Commercial Property Standard Enquiries

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