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Capital allowances are relevant to everyone in business, from the sole trader to the multinational company. They are the means by which tax relief is given for a great variety of expenditure. All too often, the capital allowances claim is viewed as a mathematical cost-allocation exercise, to be carried out when the project is complete and the final costs are known.
This book adopts a new approach which views the formulation of the capital allowances claim as a planning exercise, to be planned and developed as part of the project itself.;Providing an analysis of the law and practice relating to the making of capital allowances claims, this work considers in particular the interaction of the capital allowances provisions with other taxes. Examples and case studies are provided to illustrate the type of problems encountered in practice.
A useful guide to those responsible for capital expenditure and their advisers, who find that other works currently available stop short of putting theory into practice.