Is your company attempting to develop a new product?

You are probably carrying out qualifying activity that could reduce your tax liabilities or generate cash for your business!
Complete the enquiry form today to request a free consultation.

Is your company attempting to develop a new product?

You are probably carrying out qualifying activity that could reduce your tax liabilities or generate cash for your business!
Complete the enquiry form today to request a free consultation.

Research & Development Tax Credits


Research and Development (R&D) tax relief and credits give a tax advantage to both small and medium-sized enterprises (SME’s) and large companies undertaking qualifying activities.

R&D tax relief is a Government incentive to encourage companies to invest in R&D activities by claiming relief on qualifying costs.

Innovation will be of great importance to business success as the economy reshapes during the downturn. For many companies, this will require investment in R&D, even as finances become tighter. This can help with that financial burden.

It may come as a surprise for people in many industries that much of the work they undertake to grow their business can qualify for significant tax credits. This tax relief can help fund the technological advances you need to keep your company competitive, by reducing your tax bill or providing you with significant cash back.

Who Qualifies for R&D Tax Credits

Are you carrying out qualifying R&D activity?

Is your company attempting to develop a new product?

Is your company trying to achieve something that has a level of uncertainty?

Is your company modifying an existing product or process?

If you answer 'yes' to any of the above there's a chance you are undertaking qualifying Research & Development.

The difficulty is knowing what qualifies and what does not. R&D Tax Relief is not just for 'white coat' specific research. It covers projects that involve overcoming difficult problems or uncertainties.

It may come as a surprise for people in many industries that much of the work they undertake to grow their business can qualify for significant tax credits. This tax relief can help fund the technological advances you need to keep your company competitive, by reducing your tax bill or providing you with significant cash back.

Key Questions:

  • Do you attempt to solve problems for your clients or overcome issues for them?
  • Do you encourage advancement in the field of science or technology?
  • Do you seek to test or improve innovation new materials, process or code?
  • Is there testing of your solutions after you have designed them?
  • Does you work involve new processes or new ways of thinking?
  • Do you encourage your team to find better, faster, more efficient, or more effective solutions?
  • Are you attempting to achieve or resolution of uncertainty?
    If you would like to talk to an expert, please contact us.
Eligible Costs
Sector Examples
What's the Benefit?
Research & Development Allowances (RDA)
Could you claim?