Did you know that most businesses in the UK are not claiming their capital allowance entitlement?
Property Capital Allowances
As capital allowance experts, we’ve been helping clients make claims for over 30 years.
Stuart Rivers our founder, was an early adopter for capital allowances and helped develop the market for property capital allowance claims in the UK so our claim to be experts in the field is rightly justified.
Allowances are available to anyone incurring capital expenditure when buying or building commercial property or furnished holiday lets.
The allowances cover:
You can claim these allowances and deduct a proportion of the costs from your taxable profits to reduce your tax bill.
However, correctly claiming can be complicated which is where our expertise is invaluable.
How can you benefit?
Simplifying your claim
Stuart Rivers Associates provide an end-to-end, bespoke service to ensure you correctly claim and receive the allowances your property entitles you to. To find out more, visit our Services page.
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Each claim is different so use our contact form to make an enquiry or call us to discuss your circumstances.
Frequently asked questions
Capital allowances are a form of tax relief for virtually every business in the UK. They provide a type of tax relief that allows businesses and individuals to deduct the cost of certain assets from their taxable income.
Stuart Rivers Associates can help you if you are a UK tax paying individual, company or business that owns commercial property.
We produce a detailed report for submission to HMRC. After our report has been approved by HMRC, the tax savings can be written down over many years or (if available) the amount can be received in full in the first year as a result of using a 100% first year allowance such as the annual investment allowance.
Only if they have contributed towards the expenditure themselves. We often find that most landlords prefer to grant rent-free periods to their tenants instead, but as a result they miss out on the tax savings that could be made on the contributions.
Yes, you can. It doesn’t matter when the property was bought. As long you still own the property a claim can be made.