Do you own Commercial Property?
Have you investigated your full Capital Allowances Tax Relief Entitlement?
Simply put: In Government Legislation it is written (obviously reading between the lines and removing the exhausting amount of caveats). If you own a Commercial Property, everything which is inside that building, other than the bricks and mortar, is tax deductible.
On average, a Capital Allowances Tax Relief makes up for at least 25% of the purchase price of the property, no small sum and has been known to equate to as much as 80% of the purchase price.
As the rules and regulations to this complex government Legislation are vast, intricate and forever changing, trying to understand whether you qualify for Capital Allowances Tax relief or what you should look to expect as a financial benefit, can be incredibly difficult to ascertain. Solely for this reason, Roger Hannah will provide you with their specialist due diligence service for free allowing you to make an informed decision ‘moving forward’ on your Commercial Property asset.
Roger Hannah specialise in comprehensively claiming Capital Allowances and average £30M worth of tax relief annually on behalf of commercial property owners nationwide. However, be ‘rest assured’, they are not trying to offer replacement accountancy services, they solely specialise in this one area, achieving a comprehensive Capital Allowances Valuation Report that most Chartered Accountants/advisors must outsource to a third party.
The majority of their work is instructed by Chartered Accountants, Solicitors and IFA’s with whom Roger Hannah already holds an abridged partnership agreement.
By using Roger Hannah’s five step process, your tax relief could be provided to you within an average 2-6 month turn-around and their fees are only invoiced on a contingency and performance basis.
Contact the Capital Allowances Department at Roger Hannah on 0161 429 1662 for a free consultation and due diligence service, and ascertain if your commercial property qualifies for and warrants a beneficial Capital Allowances Tax Relief.