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In the dynamic realm of business innovation, the Research and Development (R&D) Tax relief scheme stands as a golden opportunity for companies to recoup a portion of their investment in groundbreaking projects.
R&D Tax Credits in the UK serve as a vital mechanism to support innovation and drive growth for businesses. One common question often asked relates to the eligibility of including intangible assets in a UK R&D Tax Credit claim.
From April 2024, the plan is to merge the SME and RDEC schemes into a unified RDEC-style scheme, maintaining similar rates to the current RDEC Scheme. While this announcement was made during the Autumn Statement, perhaps less clear was that the second scheme for Research Intensive companies means that RI SMEs can apply for RDEC as well as SME RI Scheme.
In the dynamic landscape of R&D tax relief schemes, a pivotal change has quietly disrupted the routine of many R&D claim providers—the introduction of the Additional Information Form (AIF).
The recent Autumn Statement officially announced the merger of the R&D tax relief schemes, scheduled to take effect from 1st April 2024, for accounting periods starting after this date.
Innovate UK SMART Grants are highly sought-after funding opportunities that fuel innovation and drive technological advancements in the UK. The latest round of SMART Grants in June 2023 presents an exciting prospect for businesses and organisations looking to bring their game-changing projects to life.
In the world of business, tax compliance is a vital aspect that demands your utmost attention. While businesses aim to be fully compliant with tax regulations, the reality is that HMRC enquiries can happen to any business, no matter how diligent you are. Therefore, staying prepared and safeguarding your business against HMRC enquiries is not just good practice; it's a necessity.
In the fast-paced and ever-evolving landscape of business and innovation, companies are constantly seeking ways to stay competitive and drive growth. One powerful tool that has been instrumental in promoting research and development (R&D) activities is the R&D tax credit.
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