I am the founder of an established Accountants practice here in Barnsley which is my main business. Most of our clients are from local advertising, referals, recommendations etc.
Apologies in advance for the length of this but if I get one response I would be grateful.
We're just in the process of encouraging one of our Ltd companies to buy a brand-new car for their daughter. And it all seems ludicrously like a gift-horse.
Client rents out 1960's Camper Vans for periods of no longer than 14 days. Do they qualify for Capital Allowances or the AIA?
After a very lengthy client CT enquiry the final hurdle relates to capital allowances claimed on a very expensive car which HMRC are stating has been used for entertaining.
I have a client (limited company) who purchased an item of plant and machinery under a finance lease 7 years ago.
What is the definition of an HMO that the HMRC are likely to accept when submitting a capital allowance claim?