R&D Proofreading

Before submitting your R&D Tax Credit claim to HMRC…

The number of clients preparing their own Research & Development Tax Credit claims is increasing.  It’s for this reason our R&D Proof Reading service is becoming more popular and it’s a great way of engaging an expert for an opinion yet keeping costs to a minimum.

Proof Reading Technical Reports can be a crucial step before submitting your R&D Tax Relief claim to HMRC.  We will highlight any weaknesses or areas where the narrative is overly complex, giving you peace of mind that your claim should be successful.

  • Are you comfortable completing your own claim?
  • Would you prefer a second opinion from an expert?
  • Do you want peace of mind that your claim should be successful before submitting to HMRC?

We work with advisors to add value and contribute to the growth of your business through the R&D Projects.

Stage 1 – We will review the Technical Report to highlight potential weaknesses questionable by HMRC.

Stage 2 – We review the financial elements. highlighting possible missed costs and over-aggressive claims.

Stage 3 – We provide a report at a fixed cost, avoiding full consultancy fees.


The case study below provides a typical example of the detail we go into when proofreading an R&D Tax Credit report on a client’s behalf.

Case Study


“The CARS proofreading service was an invaluable resource, providing technical advice and peace of mind in what is a complex area of tax.”
David Lewis, Virtus Accounting Limited

About Capital Allowance Review Service

Capital Allowance Review Service is seen as a Premium Provider in the marketplace due to the experience, technical knowledge and approach to each case.  We have been awarded the Best Property Capital Allowance Firm & Excellence Award for SME R&D Tax Relief in the UK!  This success is a result of having the right technical knowledge in the various required disciplines, together with the relevant experience to reach the highest level of due diligence that allows us to unlock funds which Clients did not know they had.