Whether looking for seed funding as a startup or conducting your latest funding round to aid expansion plans, understanding how Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credits work is highly advisable.
HMRC release their latest 2018 Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credits Statistics Report; sharing data for accounting periods ending during the 2016-17 tax year. Displaying a few notable trends, we at LimestoneGrey analysed the data, assessing to what extent companies are utilising this government incentive.
How do you choose the right adviser to give your claim the greatest chance of success?
Read the factors to consider when choosing an R&D tax credit adviser.
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How do I make an R&D tax credit claim? LimestoneGrey’s LimeLight article explores the two key components of an R&D tax credit claim, the project summary and cost calculation.
A question we are often asked is “what records do we need to support our R&D tax credit claim?” Our chartered R&D tax advisers explore this subject and explains what HMRC expect to see.
Sometimes when we review claims prepared by others who may not be fully familiar with the tax legislation and HMRC guidance, it becomes evident that the claims have not been maximised to their full potential…
There are certain circumstances where an SME company must pretend to be a large company for the purposes of making an R&D tax credit claim. This can arise if the company has received grants or undertakes R&D work for a third party…
In our previous article we looked at how to tell if your activities qualify for R&D tax credits. In this article we take a look at the types of expenses which can be included in your claim. A Small or…
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