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Jun 13 2019

10 ways we can help clients in the construction sector

Categories: Property & Construction

Whether you have your own business, or are an independent contractor, the construction industry can expose you to various tax implications, as well as tax opportunities. Our EQ Property and Construction team have amassed expert knowledge, and valuable experience, from their construction clients and are on hand to help with a range of issues from more

May 7 2019

How to avoid the Annual Investment Allowance trap

Categories: Property & ConstructionTaxation

Following on from our previous article regarding the recent changes in the Annual Investment Allowance (AIA), businesses need to be careful as any qualifying capital expenditure falling within the allowance could be eligible for 100% tax relief. Below is a more detailed explanation of how you can avoid the AIA trap. On 1 January 2019, a more

Apr 9 2019

Construction Sector Uncertainty

Categories: Property & Construction

Construction is an important part of the UK economy and often serves as an economic barometer. Although the second half of 2018 was tough for the UK construction sector, recent data has shown signs of improvement. Although the UK Construction Output was expected at -0.3% for January 2019, it was reported at 1.8%. This is a vast more

Mar 8 2019

Construction company vehicles – How much tax relief can you claim?

Categories: Property & Construction

When it comes to claiming capital allowances, there seems to be some uncertainty, especially knowing which vehicle expenses are tax deductible. The first question that needs to be considered is – what type of vehicle do you need for your business? Heavy plant/machinery vehicles (Cranes, Bulldozers, Forklifts, Excavators,Diggers and any heavy-duty vehicle, specially designed for executing more

Feb 22 2019

Construction in 2018/19

Categories: Property & Construction

With the Brexit deadline fast approaching, and with it the continuing uncertainty, the UK construction industry output for 2018 is expected to be lower than 2017. 2018 has been a challenging year, with the Carillion collapse at the start of the year having a domino effect on the sector, resulting in an increase in the more