Get your share of £20 million

Published:  19 March, 2005

Mitsubishi Electric has reminded customers not to miss out on a share of a £20 million tax rebate by forgetting to claim tax relief on new air-conditioning equipment installed in the past year.

‘Most of our equipment qualifies under the Government’s Enhanced Capital Allowance scheme, so customers can claim tax relief on all the heat-pump systems and installation costs for both indoor and outdoor units throughout our range,’ explains Donald Daw, product marketing manager. ‘Tax relief is also available on our Lossnay air-to-air heat-recovery units, and even cooling-only systems qualify under the variable-speed-drive category.’

ECAs are claimed as part of a company’s or individual’s tax return at the end of the fiscal year year.

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