Monday, January 08, 2018

Can you claim tax back on your garden office?

One of the perennial questions of shedworking gets another airing on the Cabin Master blog - opinions seem to be divided on several issues and we would always recommend checking in with your accountant, but Cabin Master's Mark Jennison seems quite optimistic about the possibilities. Here's a snippet on reclaiming VAT for your garden office:
Some work from home employees regard their garden office building as a company asset. This means that, provided you are VAT registered as a sole trader, partnership or limited company, it’s possible to reclaim VAT on the actual wooden garden office building itself, as well as the cost of its installation and for the fittings. You can’t claim an office as capital allowance against corporation (company) tax.
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