Capital Allowances Reclamation

Commercial property owners can often achieve significant tax rebates and/or tax reliefs, equating to around 20% of the original purchase price they paid.

Help your clients unlock this value….for free.

It is a fact that around 80% of all commercial property owners are unaware they are entitled to what can often be significant capital allowances in relation to their property purchase (whenever it might have purchased).

Black Book has partnered with one of the UK’s leading specialist firms in this area, to provide your clients with a FREE AUDIT of their commercial property/s, in order to assess their entitlement to allowances.

Following their audit, if it transpires there are no claims to be made, or if there are but HMRC does not agree to them, there is NO CHARGE for the audit service – so no downside whatsoever to your clients finding out.

Allowances are often achieved, equating to 20%+ of the purchase price.

These allowances can come back to your clients in the form of a tax rebate, or as tax relief against future profits – depending on their circumstances.


For a successful claim, your client will only then be charged, at either 5% or 7%  of the amount of allowances achieved (amount differs whether client is an individual or company). As the Introducer, you receive 20% of that client fee.

NOTE: This service is available for commercial properties only. Minimum original purchase price of £400,000. Applicable for only Freeholds or Long Leases.

A compelling reason to now contact every client who owns any number of commercial properties.

To arrange for the FREE audit for your clients, please submit our online enquiry here.

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First impressions...outstanding! My call was answered promptly, and then handled very professionally. I got back options for an SME client that I didn't even know were possible, in just 20 minutes! The client was clearly impressed, as was I. If case processing is as good as enquiry handling, then this will be a winning service. So far so good Black Book!
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