Overview of the Annual Investment Allowance
The £1 Million annual investment allowance is here to stay. You can claim capital allowances when you buy assets that you keep to use in your business, for example:
- business vehicles, for example vans, lorries or cars
These are known as ‘plant and machinery’.
You can deduct some or all of the value of the item from your profits before you pay tax.
What are the changes to the Annual Investment Allowance?
The Government will continue to support business capital investment by keeping the level of the 100% Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) at £1 million.
This deduction is available to unincorporated businesses as well as limited companies if they invest in new or second-hand equipment.
We are, however, expecting the temporary 130% ‘super-deduction’ for company expenditure on qualifying new equipment to come to an end on 31 March 2023.
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