Sign written car

K H
K H Registered Posts: 81 Regular contributor ⭐ ? ⭐
I have a client who has just bought a new car and is having it signwritten for her business (she has a beauticians shop).

The car is not used very much for the business so i was planning to just claim a percentage of the WDA, and running costs.( I had previously only claimed a reasonable amount for mileage)
Can anyone say if by having it signwritten it would enhance the claim for CA's and/or expenses claim.

Thank you.

K H

Comments

  • ademoore
    ademoore Registered Posts: 146 ? ? ?
    Personally, I wouldn't have thought so. If by the advertising, their usage increases, then fair enough, but not purely because they have decided to advertise on the car.

    I may be wrong, and someone has a different opinion!! Whoever said tax shouldn't be taxing!!:tongue_smilie:
  • stevo5678
    stevo5678 Registered Posts: 325
    ademoore wrote: »
    Personally, I wouldn't have thought so. If by the advertising, their usage increases, then fair enough, but not purely because they have decided to advertise on the car.

    I may be wrong, and someone has a different opinion!! Whoever said tax shouldn't be taxing!!:tongue_smilie:

    You can only claim 100% allowances if it's 100% used as a commercial/business vehicle.

    No vat will be allowable either.
  • PGM
    PGM Registered Posts: 1,954
    ademoore wrote: »
    Personally, I wouldn't have thought so. If by the advertising, their usage increases, then fair enough, but not purely because they have decided to advertise on the car.

    I may be wrong, and someone has a different opinion!! Whoever said tax shouldn't be taxing!!:tongue_smilie:

    I'm with you on that one.

    Can claim the signwritting costs :D
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