Leading tax relief specialist, Mark Evans, to talk at Shropshire Chamber of Commerce business event

Shropshire Chamber of Commerce have invited our Managing Director at R&D Tax Claims, Mark Evans, to speak about R&D tax credits at their business event, hosted at Shrewsbury University Centre, on Tuesday 23 October.

Mark has a 100% success rate in R&D tax credits and will discussing how SME’s can determine if they qualify for a research and development claim, and how to maximise a claim for those who already partake in the scheme.

Mark first teamed up with R&D tax relief in 2009 as a Chartered Accountant.  Mark recognised that many companies involved in R&D were unaware of the corporation tax they could claim through the HMRC scheme.  In 2012 he set up R&D Tax Claims dedicated to the manufacturing and engineering sector, pulling together a team of experts; his role has been dynamic in securing over £30m of R&D tax relief.

Starting with coffee, at 8:30am, Mark will begin the event, at UCS Guildhall, Shrewsbury, with a presentation on how to identify if you can claim any tax relief on research and development projects.

A case study will follow at 9:30am with AceOn Managing Director, Mark Thompson, talking about how his company claimed £60k in R&D tax relief and his experience of the claims process.

Before the break at 9:50am there will be a short Q&A session.

This is a free event open to SMEs based and trading in Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin.

Visit the Shropshire Chamber of Commerce website to book your free spot.

 

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