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Maximising capital allowances when moving premises

If your business is relocating to another premises, there might be an opportunity to bag some extra tax deductions or use them as a factor to negotiate a better price. What’s involved? More...


Rental businesses - trouble with capital expenditure

There’s more than one rule which determines the type of tax relief you can claim for capital expenditure in a property rental business. Different rules can apply from year to year. Which can you claim and how can you ensure maximum relief? More...


Accurate bookkeeping saves tax!

Correctly recording transactions in your business records is always important but especially so for expenditure on buildings and equipment. How can accurate bookkeeping save you tax? More...


Improve your leased premises tax efficiently

You want to make improvements to your business premises. The landlord has agreed as long as he approves the work first. It includes the installation of fixtures to the building. Who’s entitled to the tax deduction for these? More...


Capital allowances for HMO landlords

You let a property to several students. It brings in a decent income on which you pay tax. A friend tells you that you can reduce this by claiming a tax deduction relating to the “common areas”. Is this something you’ve been missing out on? More...


Landlords: how to use capital allowances wisely

Special rules exist for tax deductions for the cost of equipment used in property rental businesses. Anecdotal evidence suggests that landlords are missing out on these. What tax allowances are available to you? More...


Buildings and structures allowance

The government has published draft legislation for the new structures and buildings allowance (SBA). While it confirms earlier announcements, there are one or two surprises. How much tax relief can you expect? More...


Rental income tax deductions you might be overlooking

Landlords of residential properties are now facing tough restrictions on tax relief for borrowing, so there’s all the more reason to maximise other let property tax reliefs. What hidden deductions might you be missing out on? More...


Property renovation tax break - get it before it’s gone

You’ve one last chance to get your hands on a special tax break; business premises renovation allowance (BPRA) runs out in April 2017. What must you do before then to qualify for this generous tax relief? More...


Time is running short for BPRA claims

Last updated: 10.07.2020

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