We’re excited to invite you to our upcoming HMRC webinar that delves into three critical topics shaping the landscape of taxation.
• Update from R&D Communication Forum with HMRC
• HMRC’s reply to the CIOT letter regarding R&D tax credits
• How useful is the HMRC Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in solving tax disputes?
Join our Exclusive HMRC Update Webinar on R&D Tax Credits and Dispute Resolution
At TBAT Innovation, we understand that staying up-to-date with the latest developments in tax credits and dispute resolution is essential for businesses to thrive. That’s why we’re excited to invite you to our upcoming HMRC Update webinar that delves into three critical topics shaping the landscape of R&D Tax Credits.
🔬 Update from R&D Communication Forum with HMRC
Stay ahead of the curve by gaining exclusive insights from our experts on the recent discussions held at the R&D Communication Forum with HMRC. Discover the latest trends, guidelines, and opportunities that can help you maximize your R&D tax credit claims.
📃 HMRC’s Reply to the CIOT Letter Regarding R&D Tax Credits
Gain a comprehensive understanding of HMRC’s response to the CIOT letter addressing R&D tax credits. Our webinar will dissect the implications of this reply and provide you with valuable strategies to navigate the evolving R&D tax landscape more effectively.
💡 Exploring the Effectiveness of HMRC Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
Tax disputes can be complex and time-consuming. Learn how the HMRC Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) mechanism can be a game-changer for your business. Our experts will highlight real-world cases where ADR has facilitated efficient and amicable resolutions.
We’ll also touch on the latest updates regarding technical reporting and the additional information portal.
If you haven’t already, register now for our upcoming informative webinar, specifically designed to provide your business with the crucial information needed moving forward.
This webinar will be held via Teams and there will be plenty of opportunity to put your questions to our experts, Sam Stephens and Ian Davie.