Why are these items missed?

Until the Accountant, owner or leaseholder instigates the process of identification, (Room by Room survey with appropriate costing of these qualifying items) the items will remain unclaimed. This means a substantial benefit available to the Client will remain hidden.

The Accountant’s review normally begins and ends with analysing invoices and following the paper trail.  Our Capital Allowance Expert will visit your property to identify items that are invisible within the paperwork.


Who can claim the benefit?

The tax benefit is available to the party that incurred the relevant expenditure or purchased the property. This could be an individual, a Company, Partnership etc.

How is the benefit claimed?

The claim is used to generate a tax refund where possible.  It is used as a tax credit to reduce future tax liabilities.  Capital Allowance Review Service ensures the tax benefit is incorporated in the most efficient way for the Client’s circumstance.

As part of our comprehensive service, once we have highlighted the unclaimed capital allowances we request any available tax repayments from HMRC.  Capital Allowance Review Service submits the request to HMRC on behalf of the Client and provides support for a further 12 months.

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