Many common business assets such as office equipment, furniture, machines, vehicles or large tools, may be considered to be plant and machinery for capital allowance purposes. The expenditure on them might qualify for plant and machinery allowances.
Some common examples include:
Please provide as much information on large purchases as possible. The criteria on what does and what doesn’t count as a capital allowance is complicated and its best to just give me as much information as possible. But it’s mostly purchases that cost over £2000 and have an expected business lifespan of more than two years.