Please help - my brain is fried.
I have a client with a furnished holiday let who has purchased a wood burning stove (to replace an old electric fire which was no longer working or servicable) and also had a couple of windows and doors replaced with double glazing due to ill fitting and drafty etc. My first question is is there anything I can do with these in terms of capital allowances etc? Or is it a capital cost just to keep a track of upon disposal?
Secondly, where they buy lots of small items to keep the place in a good state such as new kitchen ware, towels, linen and bedding etc, how would you treat that? In the first year there was significant expenditure in the first year for kitting the place out. I capitalised these and claimed AIA in full. Do I just continue with this for everything purchased or do I need to be careful with renewals of items I have already had relief of?
I would really appreciate any help as I am going round in circles reading the legislation tonight.