Covid-19 Update from the R&D Tax Claims Team

As a company, we are conscious of the health and safety of our customers and employees and are therefore endeavouring to follow the Government health guidelines of limiting physical contact except in emergencies. With this in mind, our dedicated team are working from home so please rest assured that we are still hard at work preparing and submitting R&D claims for clients during this difficult time. We are now communicating with all our clients by Skype, telephone and email.

An amazing amount of R&D is going on specifically in manufacturing / engineering sectors at the moment as large numbers of companies are involved in increasing the number of respirators for the NHS. Over the last two weeks we have submitted to HMRC over £200k in tax claims for clients which will be extremely useful to their cashflows in the months ahead. Now more than ever R&D tax credits will be an absolute financial lifeline for SMEs. An essential top up of all the other financial help announced by the Chancellor. If you’d like to find out more, please get in touch on refunds@rdtaxclaims.co.uk .

On behalf of the R&D Tax Claims team, we wish you and your families remain healthy and hopefully the current situation will improve quickly.

Sincerely

Mark Evans

Managing Director

R&D Tax Claims Explained


Find out how you can claim from the government tax incentive scheme designed to encourage companies to invest in R&D.

About the Scheme

A government incentive that rewards UK companies for spending on innovation.

Learn More
The Benefits

Receive a cash credit, lowered corporation tax bill or a combination of the two.

Learn More
The Process

Tried and tested process with six easy steps which can be completed in 12 weeks or less.

Learn More
Claim Eligibility

Have you developed new or improved products or processes?

Learn More

Latest News


10th Made in the Midlands Manufacturing Exhibition

Made in the Midlands Manufacturing Exhibition 2019 R&D Tax Claims will be on hand with engineering experts and R&D tax scheme...

Read More

Why Brexit increases the importance of R&D tax relief

First introduced in 2000, Research and development (R&D) tax credits were put in place to encourage innovation and increased spending...

Read More