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    Assisting in applying for Research and Development (R&D) Tax Relief

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Research and Development (R&D) Tax Relief Services

Research and Development (R&D) tax relief and tax credits are amongst the most under-claimed tax incentives currently available. Many people often believe that unless a scientist is employed by the company, then R&D is not taking place. This is not the case, if you are undertaking the development of new or appreciably improved products and/or processes, and there is a degree of technical risk, you could be entitled to claim significant amounts of cash.

R&D tax relief can be claimed whether your company is making a profit or a loss. Retrospective claims can also be made for the past two accounting periods, this can often result in a significant repayment of corporation tax, or if a company is loss making, a claim for R&D tax credits. It is therefore important to discover if a claim can be made as soon as possible, so as not to miss out on any time limits.

The process is perceived as challenging; our experienced team use tried and tested methods to submit the necessary paperwork in an HMRC friendly format. Our tailored approach combined with our expertise ensures seamless liaison with the tax authorities.

Our expert team will ensure the best advice is given relating to this niche area of opportunity. A short telephone conversation with one of our specialists will be able to definitively establish whether or not you could benefit from submitting a claim.

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Find out today whether you are eligible for R&D tax relief and call us on 0121 753 5522. Or if you would prefer, ask us a question online using the form below.

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