Capital allowances -- film industry favoured

July 1984
Accountancy;Jul1984, Vol. 95 Issue 1091, p21
Trade Publication
Reports that the film and cable television industries can claim an accelerated depreciation allowance in their expenditure on producing master films in the first year in Great Britain.


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