We provide a no obligation review service for existing R&D tax credit claimants as assurance that they are optimising the financial value of their claims and that their claims can stand up to HMRC scrutiny.
Consultancy team introduction and key claim stakeholder identification. Previous R&D claims assessment and delivery timeline agreed.
Exploration of potential areas for optimising R&D qualifying activity, detailed project examples and discussion, identification of all eligible projects and cost categories.
Review and discussion of all eligible projects, selection of key projects for claim substantiation.
Exploration of expenditure categories, R&D project expenditure data provision, financial document provision.
Compilation of technical and financial documentation, internal quality audit and resolution of queries.
Final documentation sign-off, tax benefit option agreement, detailed submission guidance and additional submission support.
Recent HMRC data revealed that companies in the UK agriculture sector made up less than 0.5%...
Software / IT
“Software is a great combination between artistry and engineering” Bill Gates
R&D activities and solutions in manufacturing.
Are you working on challenging projects with construction?
Are you searching for innovative solutions to technical challenges
Specialist R&D team
We’ve got highly experienced tax, accounting and industry specialists.
Our Compliance team constantly monitor any updates to the UK tax legislation.
Widened scope of service
We ensure that or clients do not miss out on any other potential incentives available to them.
We take a personal approach to our work and build successful, lasting relationships.
R&D Tax Credits
Research and Development (R&D) tax credits is a tax incentive scheme that rewards UK businesses for innovation which can benefit both profit and loss making companies.
Each commercial property has its own unique tax profile for Capital Allowances, which can be determined by our specialists to discover if you have unclaimed tax relief available.
Many Companies do not realise that they can qualify for a reduced rate of Corporation Tax under the Patent Box regime on their Intellectual Property (IP) profits.