R&D tax claims for businesses

Chartered tax advisers & recognised experts in R&D tax with specialists in engineering, life sciences, sport and manufacturing.
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R&D tax services reinvented

Visibility

Control

Support

R&D calculations

RDEC calculations

Gold standard record keeping

Real time project information

Reduced risk of enquiries

 

It's about time

​By keeping good records of time spent on R&D projects, companies maximise their claims and reduce the risks involved with HMRC enquiries.  Our studies show that tracking costs throughout the year tends to lead to 25-30% higher costs being identified than when costs are estimated after the year end.  This means more value for those businesses. 

 

What qualifies as R&D?

Claims typically include the following activities

PROTOTYPING

PRODUCT DESIGN

TESTING

PROBLEM SOLVING

RESEARCH

IMPROVEMENT

DEVELOPMENT

Case Studies

 Our recent projects

Process

STEP 2

Cost Gathering

The difficult part of any R&D claim is accurately calculating the amount of time and money that has been spent on any given project. We have tools and methods to help companies work out the costs of their projects with minimum impact on the business.

STEP 4

Review

The R&D report is reviewed before it is submitted to HMRC.  This review is carried out either by accountants with suitable experience in house, or it can be handled by our team of experts. 

STEP 6

Tax Saving / Payment Received

This is the step most clients look forward to. The benefit is either in the form of a payment from HMRC or a tax deduction depending on the specific facts. 

STEP 1

Define Project

The first step in undertaking R&D is defining your project in terms of what you want to achieve and what problems you are trying to overcome.

STEP 3

R&D Report

Once we have the project information and the costs involved we can produce a report aggregating all of this data.

STEP 5

HMRC Submission

Submitting the correct information to HMRC is vital in order to ensure to minimise delays. We provide the figures for the CT600 and the supporting report that HMRC require. 

 
 

Contact us

If you would like to get in touch with us to discuss how we can help your company please email us at ​info@quantifyrnd.co.uk.

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