We know that Fixtures Capital Allowances can be a complicated area of tax to explain, so we have listed a number of responses to some common questions that you might have.
If you still have questions relating to your particular circumstances, then please feel free to call or email us for a free impartial discussion. Our professional team of Capital Allowance gurus are always on-hand to help.
What are Capital Allowances?
What are Capital Allowances? Capital Allowances are a form of tax relief given in place of depreciation (which is not allowable for tax purposes) on qualifying items of plant and machinery.Read More
Is there a time limit to access these Capital Allowances?
There is no statutory time limit on how far back we can look however, the purchase could have been many years ago.Read More
What fixtures can I claim Capital Allowances on?
What Capital Allowances can be claimed on will vary from building to building and between different industries.Read More
Capital Allowances from a program of construction works
Picking up all the Capital Allowances eligible expenditure in a development or renovation is not always as straight forward as it sounds.Read More
Capital Allowances when a property changes hands
When you buy or sell a property there are several requirements laid out in the Capital Allowances Act all transactions post April 2014 must comply with.Read More
Won’t my Accountants be doing this already?
Claiming allowances on movable items of plant and machinery (IT equipment, machinery, vehicles etc) is very much within the skills sets of most general practice accountancy firms.Read More