Did you know that you could claim tax relief on your commercial property purchase?
Capital Allowances are a valuable form of tax relief and are available where a person incurs capital expenditure, usually through refurbishing but also available when buying commercial property.
Capital Allowances can only be claimed once in the history of the building!
It is the right of the commercial property owner to identify and claim upon any available Capital Allowances hidden within their commercial property, the owner loses that right when they sell. An average claim for Capital Allowances can equate to 25% of the property purchase price.
It is a Chartered Surveyor who can appropriately identify and individually value the qualifying fixtures and fittings hidden inside a commercial property, reasoning why most accountants rarely provide this service as an 'in house' operation.
Does the last Government update on 1st April 2014 affect me? ...YES!
Latest Case studies£255K identified at a (historic) New Build Office Park » 2nd June 2016
Our client instructed Roger Hannah & Co to identify the level of Capital Allowances available to him, on an Office Park site that he built Pre 2008 and still owns as a trading asset today.Capital Allowances Identified on Dental Practice » 10th May 2016
71.2% of the Purchase Price identified as Capital Allowances.£1,195,000 - Small Industrial Park » 14th July 2015
These brief details outline a recent case study whereby we were instructed to identify Capital Allowances on behalf of a small Industrial Park.
Latest NewsRoger Hannah & Co – Hits No 2 Nationwide » 10th July 2017
We are the second highest growing practice of chartered surveyors Nationwide!Why Can I Claim Capital Allowances? » 18th January 2017
Although the ‘new rules’ can become complex, Roger Hannah & Co have expertise in ensuring that our complete Capital Allowances process is managed to a timely fashion and your investigated claim is not only identified but maximised.Capital Allowances Timeline » 20th September 2016
1878- The origin of the current capital allowance regime was a wear and tear deduction, based on the actual reduction in the value of Plant or Machinery (P&M). The rules have been rewritten many times since then....
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