Accountants/Advisors have an important role to support their clients during these uncertain times and are no doubt looking to increase cash flow where possible. Capital Allowances are a tax relief that can help to reduce tax pressures for those businesses facing financial challenges and it is our aim to ensure we help by giving the right support and advice to meet the client’s needs.
Here’s why Capital Allowances requires specialist support
The claims arise due to the complicated nature of the laws governing Capital Allowances and the frequent changes that have taken place over recent years. It takes our specialist commitment and knowledge to recognise all assets that are eligible for Capital Allowances, in particular, those that are inherent within a property. This usually arises from a lack of detailed information available to the Accountant when claims are made. However, we have the skills and technical knowledge necessary to overcome these hurdles and to submit a comprehensive claim to HMRC.
Let us do the hard work for you!
Many businesses don’t take the steps they should because they’re too busy or too uncertain about what to do. Our team of
- Property Law & Capital Allowance Experts
- Chartered Accountants & Tax Experts,
- Chartered Surveyors & Valuers
can help and have the right skills to deliver the best approach to Capital Allowance claims.
Our Process is comprehensive and deals with all aspects of the Capital Allowance claims from start to finish, including 12 months after the claim has been submitted to HMRC, thus taking the risk and responsibility away from you and giving you peace of mind.
Calling in the Property Tax Specialists
We find the most efficient way of assessing whether tax savings can be achieved is through trusted partnerships with advisors. There’s no doubt there are established routines for assessing Capital Allowances and therefore it’s important to stress that we’re not questioning abilities. We look to enhance the level of Capital Allowances claimed by introducing additional disciplines that add value. For example, a survey is completed on the property to identify items that are not visible within the paperwork and sit within Land & Buildings on the Balance Sheet (not Fixtures & Fittings).
Contact us to find out if you are eligible to claim.