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    Updated Guide for Accountants to Capital Allowances for Fixtures

    The changes to the rules for claiming capital allowances on second-hand plant and machinery fixtures, brought in by the Finance Act 2012, have a significant impact on property buyers. Whilst property sellers will not suffer directly from the new rules, there will be consequences for all businesses incurring expenditure on fixtures within commercial property. In this guide we look at how accountants can ensure that their clients are not adversely affected by these changes and even add value by spotting the opportunities that will arise.

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  • Property Agent

    The Property Agent and Capital Allowances on Property Acquisitions

    The Property agent will be the first consultant that a buyer contacts on any property acquisition and therefore the agent is uniquely placed to kick-start the due diligence process for capital allowances.

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  • The Law

    Updated Guide for Solicitors to Capital Allowances for Fixtures

    The changes to the rules for claiming capital allowances on second-hand plant and and machinery fixtures, brought in by the Finance Act 2012, have a significant impact on property buyers. Whilst property sellers will not suffer directly from the new rules, there will be consequences for all businesses incurring expenditure on fixtures within commercial property.

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  • Contract

    The Solicitor and Capital Allowances on Property Acquisitions

    The role of the solicitor should include ensuring that the client is aware of the valuable tax savings that could be available from claiming capital allowances on fixtures. Even though the solicitor may believe that providing advice on capital allowances is outside of the scope of the services provided, it is quite normal for standard commercial property enquiries to include questions dealing with capital allowances.

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  • Updated Guide for Property Agents to Capital Allowances for Fixtures

    The changes to the rules for claiming capital allowances on second-hand plant and machinery fixtures, brought in by the Finance Act 2012, have a significant impact on property buyers.

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