It is very likely that at some point your farmhouse and other buildings used in the farming business will require refurbishment, and it is important to be aware that whereas some repair expenditure can be relieved in the year it’s incurred (subject to a disallowed proportion for private use of buildings), alterations and improvements cannot. … Continue reading Tax Relief for Farmhouse Renovations
When carrying out extensive repairs to maintain their premises a farmer may assume that, without question, these repairs will be offset against the business income received thus reducing the tax bill for the applicable accounting period. HM Revenue and Customs however, may adopt an entirely different view. Repairs are tax deductible and can be claimed … Continue reading Are Your Farm Repairs Tax Deductible?
HMRC has brought yet another claim for repairs as revenue expenditure before the First Tier Tax Tribunal. The claimant, a limited company, traded from premises on an industrial estate. It claimed as a deduction in its profit and loss account expenses for: the diversion of telecommunications cables relaying and resurfacing a carriageway repairs to the … Continue reading Repairs – Capital or revenue expenditure?