Good News for Hotels

Hotels are particularly suited to a Capital Allowances Claim As a rule Hotels are one of the most suited types of commercial property when it comes to making a claim for capital allowances. In this…

Capital Allowances – New Rules

Capital Allowances – The Old Rules From our perspective, one of the major benefits we have been able to bring to clients, is that we have undertaken retrospective capital allowances claims on their commercial property.…

Section 198 Elections – Case Study

Judging by the searches on our website the most popular topic at the moment is Section 198/199 Tax Election Agreements. This is not surprising given that there have been changes in the capital allowances regime…

Tax Elections S198 / 199

General Principles The new capital allowances rules which came into effect in April 2012 (and which are going to be tightened even further in April 2014) have made it in even more critical for professional…

Capital Allowances on Doors?

Are capital allowances available on the purchase and fitting of doors? One of the useful things about studying “Google Analytics” for your website is that it does let you know what questions potential clients are…

Integral Features Explained

What are Integral Features? The rules on integral features were introduced in April 2008. Integral features are classed within the Capital Allowances Act 2001 (CAA01) as Plant & Machinery (P&M) and as such attract capital…

Why don’t accountants pursue claims?

This blog brings me back to a favourite topic of accountants and their reluctance to engage with specialist capital allowances firms for the benefit of their clients who own commercial property.  Having now worked with…