Empowering businesses growth & innovation
We provide high standard professional assistance between businesses and the HMRC R&D Department for the duration of complex programmes and projects. To date, HMRC has enabled over £2bn in 2018 in R&D tax credits allowing companies to grow and achieve their goals.
Our team includes R&D technical specialists, R&D Consultants and all the necessary administration to secure R&D claims so your company can move forward in growth and success. We work with your finance teams and qualified accountants to capture qualifying expenditures that the UK government will recognise as a legitimate R&D project worthy of tax relief.
Dedicated case management
No upfront fees
End to end services
R&D tax credits
Innovative tax people
Research and development (R&D) tax credits are a UK government tax relief that rewards companies who invest in innovation. Companies that develop new products, processes, or services, or enhance pre-existing ones are eligible for a cash payment and/or a Corporation Tax reduction. R&D Tax Credits can either complement or act as an alternative to innovation grants and are accessible to companies of all sizes and sectors
There are nearly 4.8 million companies in the UK. According to HMRC, Research and Development Tax Credits Statistics show less than 1% claims have been made by companies between 2000 – 2016.
Claimed in 2018
£54k avg claim
Claim per client
Up to 33p for every £1
Spent by SMEs
Frequently asked questions
What qualifies as R&D?
What is defined as ‘qualifying R&D’?
What if my project was funded by a Grant or subsidised by a client?
I am a loss-making start-up – can I make a claim?
I am part of a group / UK company with an overseas parent company – is my company allowed to make a claim?
If your limited company is a Tax Paying Entity in the UK, you can still claim. If your work relates to other companies within your group, it may still be possible to make a claim.
Our project was completed a while ago.
HMRC will allow any company to make a claim for the last two financial year ends. We can go back as far as 2 years from your current year.
How do you get paid?
We work on a contingency basis – taking a percentage of the cash rebate/taxation saving at the point the claim is approved by HMRC. If a claim was unsuccessful and did not result in a cash rebate/corporation tax saving, then no fee would be payable.