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Global Cashflow

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Julie Jackson and Lisa Matterson of Global Cashflow.  They recently set up Global Cashflow to help people claim whats rightfully theres. Did you know you can claim capital allowance tax relief  on certain types of property?  It is your right to claim up to £100,000 per year in capital allowances.

What I like about this is that if theres no claim theres no fee.  If you do claim, Global Cashflow only charge 5% + VAT of the value of new capital allowances identified.  They will also work with your accountant on this.  Basically the government are giving away free money!  Dont they say theres no such thing as a free lunch - however in this case I think there just might!

It also sounds very easy and straightforward!

You can listen to the short audio here by pressing the play button.
[audio:http://www.justdoproperty.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/rec_jaj1967_10_Jan_2011_20_08_21.mp3|titles=rec_jaj1967_10_Jan_2011_20_08_21]

96% of investors dont know that they can claim capital allowance tax relief on:


  • Multi Let Property

  • Furnished Holiday Lets

  • Commercial Property


Global Cashflow will do all the checks for you and work with your accountant to find out if you can claim. They offer:

  • No claim, no fee

  • No hidden costs

  • HMRC approved company

  • Personal, professional service

  • Expert advisers and surveyors

  • Updates on case progress at key stages

  • Only minimal involvement needed from you

  • They have never submitted an unsuccessful claim

  • Their fee is based on the value of new capital allowances identified – just 5% + VAT


To find out more simply click here. After all, what have you got to lose?

Heres that audio again if you missed it:

[audio:http://www.justdoproperty.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/rec_jaj1967_10_Jan_2011_20_08_21.mp3|titles=rec_jaj1967_10_Jan_2011_20_08_21]

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