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Do you qualify for R & D tax relief?

Let us find out for you, call us for a non obligatory chat today.

We have helped business owners in a number of different sectors including construction, sound and lighting technologies, refrigeration, agriculture and industry. Many of whom had no idea they qualified for Research and Development tax relief. We can help you explore whether you have the right credentials - call us on 01524 566100 and we’ll take a look.

What you might be able to claim?

R&D is not all about white coats and research. If your business develops new products, new procedures, or has to solve difficulties surrounding specific tasks, then R&D tax relief may well be accessible to your company.

With an extra 26p tax relief available for every £1 spent on R&D, the benefits of making a claim are substantial. That’s the equivalent of a reimbursement of £2,600 for every £10,000 recognised as R&D.

Whatever your day to day business is, the R&D tax credit scheme could be available to you, along with the significant benefits that come with it. This can be very helpful and can considerably improve your business’s cash flow position.

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Want to know how an R & D claim can benefit your business? Get in touch with us today: 01524 566100

 

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