The tax allowance that 96% of businesses don’t claim

by News Team

15:31 PM, 5th April 2011
About 10 years ago

The tax allowance that 96% of businesses don’t claim

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The tax allowance that 96% of businesses don’t claim

If you’ve invested into a business or commercial building (no time limit) then you could be due a SUBSTANTIAL tax rebate.


  • Capital allowances are a right and not a privilege
  • They are not a scheme and are fully approved by the Inland Revenue
  • It is estimated that 96% of all claims have not been made
  • Often 40% of the purchase price is available in capital allowances.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Property is classified as commercial.  Offices, industrial, hotels, pubs, restaurants, doctors surgeries etc.
  • Purchase price was a minimum of £200,000
  • The owner, be it an individual or a company, is a UK tax payer
  • New build, refurbishments and 2nd hand acquisitions.

Our Commercial Finance specialist Cliff Verrill will be delighted to talk you through your options and introduce you to a company who will investigate any unclaimed allowances for you on a no win no fee basis. Simply email Cliff with your contact details or phone Paul Baudinet on 01603 428588.

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