Capital Allowances Specialists | Capital Allowance Advisers
Capital Allowance Specialists UK: Hamilton Wood & Company
What Are Capital Allowances?
Capital Allowances are an extremely generous form of UK Tax relief that allows a business to claim tax relief or tax rebates from the central government against qualifying plant and machinery items the business owns.
Many of those items are hidden within your commercial property and can include:
- Lighting and Security Systems
- Heating Systems
- Air Conditioning Systems
- Wiring & Cabling
An easier way to think of what qualifies for Capital Allowances in a commercial property would be to imagine you could literally pick the building up, turn it upside down and shake it…whatever doesn’t fall out of the property might very well be an asset that carries substantial tax relief.
The rules around Capital Allowances are extremely complex, and many professional advisors continue to give information that isn’t correct that leads to some companies losing all, or part of their tax benefits in this area.
For that reason, Hamilton Wood & Company have partnered with one of the globes leading property Capital Allowances Specialists whose in-house team will make sure that no stone is left unturned when seeking to identify any tax rebates and/or tax credits your business could be owed.
Does My Business Qualify for Capital Allowances?
To qualify for Capital Allowances you must:
- Be a UK Tax Payer
- Own at Least One Commercial Property
- Have Qualifying Items Within the Property
If you have answered yes to the questions above, then it is likely that you will qualify for valuable corporation tax relief.
How to Apply for This Valuable Form of Tax Credits
If you own your commercial property or a portfolio of commercial properties, then you could be owed a substantial amount of tax rebates and/or tax credits.
To find out how much you could be owed, contact the team at Hamilton Wood & Company and we will move things forward on your behalf.
Our extended team will identify your full true legal entitlement with regards to Capital Allowances and will then present this information to your accountants so they can make sure your company maximises the benefit from it.