INDEPENDENT CAPITAL ALLOWANCES SPECIALISTS

Commercial Property Standard Enquiries: Capital Allowances

By : June 30, 2016 Comments Off on Commercial Property Standard Enquiries: Capital Allowances

Following on from the April 2014 changes to the Capital Allowances fixtures legislation, there is now more of a requirement for careful planning and technical due diligence to ensure Capital Allowances are not lost to Buyers of commercial property.  

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Better Call Lovell for Capital Allowances

By : February 17, 2016 Comments Off on Better Call Lovell for Capital Allowances

When to call in a capital allowances specialist? Many construction professionals have some knowledge of capital allowances. This can be helpful as it flags the benefits of tax savings to clients. Though as, Alexander Pope mentioned, ‘A little learning is

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Plant in Garden Centres: Claiming the Right Kind for Capital Allowances

By : January 20, 2016 Comments Off on Plant in Garden Centres: Claiming the Right Kind for Capital Allowances

Garden centres can benefit from additional tax relief on purchase and construction expenditure. There are around 2,500 garden centres in the UK. Most are full scale “leisure destinations” with some evolving from local nurseries to others being newly constructed. Not

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Capital Allowances within Private Member Clubs

By : November 11, 2015 Comments Off on Capital Allowances within Private Member Clubs

There is substantial worth of tax allowances within private member clubs. Significant savings can be achieved by considering capital allowances at an early stage. In-house accountants and tax advisors will be able to identify the apparent qualifying items of plant

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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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