Commercial property Capital Allowances

  • As a commercial property owner you could have a significant amount of tax relief just sitting in your building that isn’t being utilised.
  • Depending on the type of building you own, there can be anywhere between 10% to 25% of the purchase price in unclaimed Capital Allowances.
  • Due to the complexity of making a claim only a small amount of property owners have benefited from it to date.
  • By making a Capital Allowance claim on your property, you could reduce your Corporation tax or income tax bill even further.
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R&D Tax Credits

What are R&D tax credits?
  • Research and development (R&D) tax credits are a government incentive designed to reward UK companies for investing in innovation. They are a valuable source of cash for businesses to invest in accelerating their R&D, hiring new staff and ultimately growing.
How do R&D tax credits work?
  • Companies that spend money developing new products, processes or services; or enhancing existing ones, are eligible for R&D tax relief. If you’re spending money on your innovation, you can make an R&D tax credit claim to receive either a cash payment and/or Corporation Tax reduction. The scope for identifying R&D is huge – in fact, it exists in every single sector. And if you’re making a claim for the first time, you can typically claim R&D tax relief for your last two completed accounting periods.
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Property Specialist Services
  • Comprehensive property tax advice, planning and consultancy
  • Personal tax advice for private BTL landlords with 5+ properties
  • Residential and commercial properties
  • Advice on the removal of mortgage interest relief and other recent tax changes
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