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Research & Development (R&D) Tax Credits

Research and Development Tax Credits are an often over looked tax incentive by many people. With an average claim value in excess of £35,000 we believe its worth spending time looking at.

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What does R&D mean for my business?

You don’t need to be wearing a lab coat to claim for R&D – it’s a scheme that can benefit many businesses.

The R&D tax credit scheme means that a portion of the money you invest in ‘innovation’ can be claimed back from HMRC.  Our average claim is £35K which could make a huge difference to your business.

You don’t need to be wearing a lab coat to claim for R&D – it’s a scheme that can benefit many businesses.

The R&D tax credit scheme means that a portion of the money you invest in ‘innovation’ can be claimed back from HMRC.  Our average claim is £35K which could make a huge difference to your business.

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What counts as R&D?

You will be surprised at what you can claim in an R&D claim.

Any company in any industry may be eligible for R&D tax credits. The key is that  you must be undertaking development activities that seek to achieve an advancement in technology. Ask us for more information

You will be surprised at what you can claim in an R&D claim.

Any company in any industry may be eligible for R&D tax credits. The key is that  you must be undertaking development activities that seek to achieve an advancement in technology. Ask us for more information

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How to claim for R&D?

Claims are made through your Company's tax return and by submitting an R&D tax claim report to HMRC for assessment.

Making a DIY claim for R&D tax relief is likely to lead to mistakes, even if you’ve claimed before. The process of applying can be complex, and any inaccuracies will lead to delays. This is why we highly recommend using a firm of R&D tax specialists such as ourselves.

Claims are made through your Company's tax return and by submitting an R&D tax claim report to HMRC for assessment.

Making a DIY claim for R&D tax relief is likely to lead to mistakes, even if you’ve claimed before. The process of applying can be complex, and any inaccuracies will lead to delays. This is why we highly recommend using a firm of R&D tax specialists such as ourselves.