Arthur Kemp's presentation explaining Capital Allowances to the Platinum Property Partners, a property investment franchise. At the Oxford Belfry Hotel in January. Information about Tax relief for commercial property owners is available on our website www.exactbusiness.co.uk or via our blog www.exactblog.co.uk. Further items relating to tax refunds, Capital Allowances and property related tax relief are also available on our monthly newsletter. Sign up at our blog page. 0845 467 2765. This video was kindly provided by Platinum Property Partners - http://bit.ly/W6gPcU
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In this first talk, Ray Chidell – capital allowances expert and author of various books on the subject – introduces the series, gives an outline of the topics to be covered, and explains the first principles of claiming capital allowances. Ray looks at the meaning of capital expenditure, with reference to statutory provisions and the extensive case law, and with a particular focus on the case of British Insulated and Helsby Cables, and especially the concept of the “enduring benefit”. There is also a general overview of the Capital Allowances Act 2001. The two capital allowances books mentioned in the video are available at: http://www.claritaxbooks.com, and are discounted when bought together. This talk was sponsored by Six Forward Capital Allowances. © Claritax Books, 2015
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London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) Please visit http://www.LSBF.org.uk/programmes/professional/acca Carolyn Napier presents an Introduction to Capital Allowance, from the ACCA F6 exam. Watch now for an overview of this topic. Part 1 of 2. The London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) is a dynamic educational institution delivering undergraduate, postgraduate and professional qualifications. Our innovative programmes are constantly reviewed to ensure they accurately reflect the conditions of the global economy, and we offer the flexibility to tailor your studies to suit your own career aspirations. To learn more about LSBF, watch some of our videos: LSBF: An Introduction - http://bit.ly/wMBpVh Our Undergraduate programmes: http://bit.ly/y5SrBr Our Postgraduate programmes: http://bit.ly/ygeGN8 Our Professional Courses: http://bit.ly/vE9fJk Our Revolutionary MBA: http://bit.ly/upvJ9h
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In this video, capital allowances specialist Ray Chidell considers so-called enhanced capital allowances (ECAs), a name used for first-year allowances that are available for qualifying expenditure on energy-saving and “environmentally beneficial” plant and machinery. Ray shows the types of expenditure for which these allowances are available, and outlines the key conditions for claiming relief. He also covers the related relief that allows loss-making companies to claim a non-taxable cash payment by surrendering the losses that relate to ECA expenditure. To receive a weekly notification as each talk is made available, email [email protected] The 2015-16 editions of Ray’s two capital allowances books can now be ordered at: http://www.claritaxbooks.com. This talk was sponsored by Six Forward Capital Allowances. © Claritax Books, 2015
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Everyone in the UK who owns more than one property should watch this. Learn how to use private residence relief to reduce your CGT. How did MPs save tax on selling their second homes as exposed in Daily Telegraph May 2009?
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OK, well its been bought to my attention that tax relief, and more specifically Capital Allowances may be more a complicated subject than first thought and for a lot of people it goes right over their heads - so in lamens terms, the basics here it is:- You can use your property to wipe out your tax bill. There, I said it -- it is as simple as that. Think about these things:- 1. How much tax did you pay last year? -- In January? Big Bill - £20,000? £40,000? £80,000? 2. Do you own a property that isn't a home? An office in Bristol, A pub in Woowich, A holiday flat home in Spain, A shop in Nottingham? 3. Would you like your tax back? 4. What are you going to buy? School fees, new car, investments, new property? 5. Is it legal? Surely Capital Allowances are a scam or loophole? It the law! -- you have a right to claim -- you don't get them automatically -- you have to claim them on your tax return -- go to legislation.gov.uk search Capital Allowances ACT 2001 -- there it is! 6. What is it for? Well when you buy a property there are certain items (assets) within the property which qualify for tax relief. This is what we identify and value for you. So, knowing about ALL of this, means that you will be financially better off claiming Capital Allowances -- or your money back. So contact me and my team now! 0845 467 2765 [email protected]
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This example illustrates how to compute CA for non-commercial motor vehicle when Hire Purchase option is being used. It further illustrates how to determine the balancing charge/balancing allowance when it is being disposed. Feel free to read my Blog at lowchinann.blogspot.com ACCA @ MCKL For more information on Methodist College Kuala Lumpur, please visit: www.mckl.edu.my Details of ACCA @ MCKL can be obtained from the link: https://www.mckl.edu.my/course/16/ACCA-Qualification-(Full-Time)/ www.acca2u.com www.facebook.com/acca2u If you appreciate our video - give us a "LIKE" or "Thumbs Up Review" at Google/Facebook. Thank you so very much. Low Chin Ann currently lectures ACCA @ MCKL (Methodist College Kuala Lumpur) and Johor Citypro College
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This lecture will cover "Misc" issues of CA like (1) Disposal (2) Small value Asset (3) Short Life Asset Feel free to read my Blog at lowchinann.blogspot.com Low Chin Ann currently lectures ACCA @ MCKL (Methodist College Kuala Lumpur) and Johor Citypro College ACCA @ MCKL For more information on Methodist College Kuala Lumpur, please visit: www.mckl.edu.my Details of ACCA @ MCKL can be obtained from the link: https://www.mckl.edu.my/course/16/ACCA-Qualification-(Full-Time)/ www.acca2u.com www.facebook.com/acca2u If you appreciate our video - give us a "LIKE" or "Thumbs Up Review" at Google/Facebook. Thank you so very much. Feel free to read my Blog at lowchinann.blogspot.com Low Chin Ann currently lectures ACCA @ MCKL (Methodist College Kuala Lumpur) and Johor Citypro College
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http://www.capitalconcepts.co.uk -Capital Allowances-Capital Concepts-Residential Capital Allowances-United Kingdom-PE2 6XU Capital Allowances are a tax break usually applied to commercial properties, and this has gone on for years, however a clarification of detail in the Finance Bill 2012 caused us to look more closely at this tax advantage from the perspective of the properties we let out on a multi-let basis, right the way from 2 bedroomed properties to 6 bed Houses in Multiple Occupancy (HMO's)and on to larger properties with 7 or more people occupying them. The process is not well known even throughout the accountancy world, and there are several different view-points on whether or not this allowance is applicable to residential multi-let properties and this is why I have teamed up with specialists in this area, and I am just hoping to bring some tax benefits to those who have HMO's and other multi-let properties. Example A property purchased for £200,000 would attract a capital allowance of 7-12% (assume 10% for simplicity). £200,000 x 10% = £20,000 Take this £20,000 off your salary before tax is paid. If you are a 22% tax payer this will equate to £4,400 and if you are a 40% tax payer then the allowance will be £8,000. For a property with a value of £300,000 this would be £12,000 tax relief at 40% and £6,600 at 22%. You can claim up to £250,000 worth of capital allowances in any one year as long as you have this much taxable income to off-set it against, so if you bought multiple houses then this would also apply as long as the rules above are adhered to. For an initial discussion about your multi-let and whether or not it is worth claiming your allowance please call 01733 230968 to discuss this with one of our team and we'll go through the process with you so that you can get the money back from the Government or prevent you from having to pay it in the first place. Capital Allowances -Residential Capital Allowances- Capital Concepts http://www.capitalconcepts.co.uk http://youtu.be/YHudEuKvYw8
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What are futures? Tim Bennett explains the key features and basic principles of futures, which, alongside swaps, options and covered warrants, make up the derivatives market. Related links… - What are derivatives? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wjlw7ZpZVK4 - What are options and covered warrants? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3196NpHDyec - What are futures? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwR5b6E0Xo4 - What is a swap? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVq384nqWqg - Why you should avoid structured products https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Umx5ShOz2oU MoneyWeek videos are designed to help you become a better investor, and to give you a better understanding of the markets. They’re aimed at both beginners and more experienced investors. In all our videos we explain things in an easy-to-understand way. Some videos are about important ideas and concepts. Others are about investment stories and themes in the news. The emphasis is on clarity and brevity. We don’t want to waste your time with a 20-minute video that could easily be so much shorter. We’ve already made over 200 financial videos and we add more each week. You can see the full archive here at MoneyWeek videos.
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London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) For more info visit http://www.LSBF.org.uk/programmes/professional/acca Carolyn Napier presents an introduction to 'Capital Allowance', from the ACCA F6 exam. Watch now for an overview of this topic. The London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) is a dynamic educational institution delivering undergraduate, postgraduate and professional qualifications. Our innovative programmes are constantly reviewed to ensure they accurately reflect the conditions of the global economy, and we offer the flexibility to tailor your studies to suit your own career aspirations. To learn more about LSBF, watch some of our videos: LSBF: An Introduction - http://bit.ly/wMBpVh Our Undergraduate programmes: http://bit.ly/y5SrBr Our Postgraduate programmes: http://bit.ly/ygeGN8 Our Professional Courses: http://bit.ly/vE9fJk Our Revolutionary MBA: http://bit.ly/upvJ9h
Views: 10818 LSBF Professional Qualifications
Colm McMullan, Assistant Manager in Harbinson Mulholland's Tax Department, discusses the changes to Capital Allowances from April 2012 including reductions in the Writing Down Allowance and Annual Investment Allowance. http://www.harbinson-mulholland.com/
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This video shows how to access and use the capital allowance module within the PTP Tax Platform and CT Platform products.
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Claiming Capital Allowances On UK Commercial Property With Portal Tax Claims. Go to http://www.portaltaxclaims.com for more info
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This webinar covers: • Update on what allowances are available • Capital allowances on fixtures • Purchase price allocations on business sales • Case law update Speakers Chair - Mr Paul Farey, Director, Davis Langdon, an AECOM company Guests Mr John Lovell, Director, Lovell Consulting Ms Anne Fairpo, Barrister, Thirteen Old Square Chambers For more information on Tolley's Tax Webinars please visit http://www.tolley.co.uk/webinars/.
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BOOK REVIEW TOLLEY'S CAPITAL ALLOWANCES 2012-13 25th Edition Kevin Walton and David Smailes With a section on tax planning by John Endacott and the team at Francis Clark Tax Consultancy Limited Tolley LexisNexis ISBN: 978 0 754 54300 8 www.lexisnexis.com MAKING THE BEST TAX-EFFECTIVE USE OF CAPITAL INVESTMENTS? CHECK OUT THE NEW 25th EDITION OF 'TOLLEY'S CAPITAL ALLOWANCES' An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers If you're a lawyer, or accountant, or other variety of tax advisor, this publication from Tolley's covers a subject area you've probably been crying out for. In fact, Tolley's assures us that requests from tax practitioners for a reference book covering this specific area of revenue law was the catalyst that led originally to the publication of this book. 'There are few existing publications on the subject,' says 'Accountancy'...'and none are as current or as comprehensive as this'. The fact that this volume is now in its twenty-fifth edition attests to its enduring value and certainly its popularity. So, here in a single practical volume, of well over 500 pages, is the law and practice pertaining to capital allowances. In this new edition you'll find the legislation and relevant case law, including the provisions of the Finance Act 2012 to 17 July 2012. There is a wealth of other information of course and much later material where relevant. For example, this new edition includes the new rules relating to the claiming of allowances for fixtures in buildings and the first-year allowances for plant and machinery being used in certain assisted areas. In all there are five chapters on plant and machinery allowances, including new material on the transitional rules for reducing the rate of such allowances. There is also a new chapter covering allowances for capital expenditure which are not formally capital allowances. Of course a wide range of other relevant subject areas is also covered, from renovation of business premises and flat conversion to mineral extraction and patents. Above all, your attention is drawn to the two chapters on tax planning. The two contributors here are each acknowledged experts in this field. John Endacott, for example, is the Tolley's Taxation Awards 2012 "Tax Writer of the Year". Clearly written and logically organized, the book includes worked examples to illustrate key points, especially in problem areas. There are extensive tables of cases and statutes for your further research and a useful index at the back. Also note the two appendices, one of which includes a comprehensive list of what may qualify as plant or machinery. For those who pay tax, particularly in business, or for their professional advisers, acquiring this book should be regarded as a necessity.
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