In April 2014 there are major changes being implemented to the Capital Allowances Act 2001. These will effect buyers and sellers of commercial property and therefore need to be understood by accountants and solicitors. Judging by this Case Study we believe there are going to be some real problems.
As you may know I am not an accountant (nobody is perfect) but am involved in helping accountants secure tax savings for their clients with capital allowances claims on commercial property. One of the major hurdles we have to overcome is obtaining historical information on the capital allowances ...
Managing Director at Curtis Plumstone Associates working with a diverse range of commercial property owning clients and their professional advisers. Using Capital Allowances Claims to ensure commercial property owners are paying less tax for many years to come.
Director & Capital Allowances Consultant -Putting a large smile of the faces of people who have spent money on commercial property.
Marketing, CPD Seminars, Understanding the Capital Allowances Act 2001, Customer Service.
Curtis Plumstone Associates
Owner, 2010 - present
Making sure that Curtis Plumstone Associates makes commercial property owners wealthier by helping them to pay less tax. Helping Curtis Plumstone Associates to grow while not compromising on our high levels of customer service.
Global Contracts Manager, 2001 - 2002
Responsible for overseeing the work of a global team of procurement specialists. Ensuring all commercial contracts for the supply of goods and services were fit for purpose before being signed by the Director for Global Procurement. Andersen spent £2bn annually on goods and services at the time.
Procuement Consultant, 2002 - 2009
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