Substantial tax relief can be available by making the most of your capital allowance claims. Fixtures in a commercial building (or multi-unit residential property) can give significant tax savings and should be factored in when structuring an acquisition. The capital allowances rules are complex, and they are partly in statute and partly in case law. Sometimes you may want to make elections on a property purchase/sale to get the best tax treatment – the election is often required at the time of the deal.
Our specialist can work with you to advise, ensure all available allowances claimed, and any necessary elections made at the appropriate time.
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HMRC challenged a taxpayer’s categorisation of properties between investment and stock, seeking to reclassify a number which would give rise to substantial UK tax costs.