In a nutshell, capital allowances are a form of tax relief given for depreciating assets. Expenditure on this type of asset would not normally qualify for a deduction against business profits on account of being incurred on capital account – nevertheless, relief is given to reflect the fact that the item is subject to wear and tear over the course of its useful economic life.

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