Louise has an in depth understanding of construction, procurement and how capital allowances can help UK tax payers reduce their tax bills.
Barth Consulting was set up in January 2017 to meet the increasing demand for independent advisors to large corporates, SME’s and individual investors.
Louise is an active member of the Bedfordshire Chamber of Commerce, NAWIC and a long-standing member of The Association of Women in Property.
Almost all commercial construction projects will contain assets that attract tax relief. In some cases the purchase cost of a second property may contain allowances. Expenditure on most types of residential property is excluded.
There is no definative list of assets that qualify for capital allowances. Legislation, case law and guidance from HMRC must be relied upon, and of course 20+ years of experience in preparing claims and agreeing them with HMRC.
Barth Consulting works with accountants and tax advisors to prepare a fully audited claim report for inclusion within the tax computation. This report will be based on actual costs and a tax survey (if required). Early involvement by a specialist produces higher claims, however retrospective claims can acheive good results if tackled correctly.
The Annual Investment allowance (AIA) has
Capital Allowances for structures and buildings - Barth Consulting Limited provides your complete guide to the new SBA tax allowance available for certain expenditure on non-residential buildings and structures.
Socially conscious investing is becoming a prerequisite and not just a “nice to have” when considering a new purchase for a commercial property. Investors want to do their bit to bring about positive change where the environment is concerned, whilst balancing the books. As the cost of solar panels fall and energy prices rise there has been an increased uptake of “green“ systems.