In the next few blogs we are going to look at various industries where the ability to claim R&D tax credits is perhaps not as apparent as in some other sectors. Take software as an example…. Continue reading “Software – Tricky but it probably does Qualify”
Finding the right advisor in any professional situation is difficult, whether it be an accountant, marketing strategist or legal counsel. There are a multitude of companies and individuals to choose from, so how do you pick the right one? Continue reading “Choosing the RIGHT R&D tax specialist”
Hardly a moment goes by now without another major political event hitting our screens. But the prospect of an “emergency Budget” seems to have gone away, and the talk at the moment is that there will be an Autumn Statement as usual, followed by a full Budget next Spring. That’s assuming there isn’t a snap General Election, of course. But what, if anything, does this mean for the future of R&D tax credits? Continue reading “The future of R&D tax credits should remain rosy despite the political turmoil”
How often do I hear this? Many companies mistakenly think that it will take a huge amount of their time to make an R&D tax credit claim. This is completely wrong. Continue reading “I don’t have time to file an R&D tax credit claim, I’m working!”
One of the tools provided by the UK government for companies to recoup the massive investment into innovation is R&D Tax Credits. Continue reading “UK leads Europe in Life Sciences funding”
Find the one area that will deliver results in 2016. Dr Andrew Jupp will present alongside Rachel Eade MBE and other professionals on hot manufacturing topics: funding, R&D tax credits, pensions, and more.
The Large Company scheme for R&D tax credits operates as an enhanced deduction and is only available until 31 March 2016.
The UK government has extended the R&D tax credit incentives in the hope it will put the country in a strong position to benefit from innovation.