Why can't I claim for a new boiler in my rental property??
Tax Planning and Financial

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11 years ago
I think that, in theory, if the boiler was replaced because the old one was not working, then that is an expense; but if you replaced it for no reason other than to improve the property (!) then that is a capital expense.

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