Briefing of the UK regime for capital expenditure

Capital Allowances – The UK Regime and Planning Issues

In City of London

£ 545 + VAT


  • Typology


  • Location

    City of london

  • Class hours


  • Duration

    1 Day


This course reviews in detail the main features of the UK tax relief regime for business capital expenditure and identifies specific planning opportunities.

The course aims to provide delegates with a thorough outline of the UK regime for capital expenditure by businesses (large and small) and to highlight the chief areas to which attention should be paid to ensure accurate tax reporting, compliance and planning.




City of London (London)
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138-142 Holborn, EC1N 2NQ


On request

To take into account

This course will benefit anyone involved in preparing business tax computations and specifically anyone involved on a day to day basis with the formulation and planning of claims for capital allowances.

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  • Tax Liability
  • Capital Gains Tax
  • Business Income
  • Returns
  • Auditing
  • Company Tax
  • Planning
  • Capital Allowances
  • Tax
  • Capital Allowances
  • Tax Liability
  • Capital Allowances

Teachers and trainers (1)

Russell  Cockburn

Russell Cockburn


Russell is an independent taxation consultant, author and lecturer. He has presented tax seminars and in-house courses for Quorum Training Limited for 20 years. He is an experienced presenter for a number of professional training organisations on a variety of UK taxation topics throughout the UK.

Course programme

A summary of the current rates and allowances

  • Recent changes and developments
  • HMRC practices and procedures
  • Recent case law decisions

Plant and machinery allowances

  • Plant or setting?
  • Short and long life assets
  • Integral features
  • Fixtures
  • Timing issues – legal and property tax law issues
  • Disposals and interaction with CGT and other taxes

Research and development and tax credit allowances

Intangibles reliefs

Computer software allowances

Unusual industries and activities

Key areas for planning attention

Capital Allowances – The UK Regime and Planning Issues

£ 545 + VAT