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R&D Tax Credits

HMRC R&D tax credits allow businesses to offset R&D costs by either reducing their corporation tax bill or obtaining cash rebates for a loss-making business. It’s a valuable funding source; recent improvements by the Government have made it more accessible and it is now a very useful means of financing innovation for qualifying companies.

Would you qualify for R&D tax credits?

Identifying whether a business is eligible for R&D tax credits and managing the application process can be complex, costly and time consuming – it’s a specialised field. Why take time away from running your business when we offer a no win no fee service?

RJP has many years of experience in claiming R&D tax credits for clients. A wide range of companies are eligible to claim R&D tax relief – software developers, design companies, businesses launching a new technology or management process, specialist manufacturers, biotech companies and many more.

Click here to take the quiz and find out if your company is eligible for R&D tax relief.

Inject additional free cash into your business or start up

RJP has already helped many companies successfully claim R&D tax relief including the following projects:

  • Internal development of new web-based Customer Relationship Management system
  • Development of an internal bespoke time recording and billing system
  • Translation of software into foreign languages
  • Development of iPad and iPhone applications

Tax refunds claimed have amounted to tens of thousands of pounds and with the relief now at 225% of qualifying costs, it is more valuable than ever.

If you think there’s even a small chance R&D tax relief could apply to your existing business or idea for a new start up, investigate the possibility with our tax specialists.

We take on claims based upon a no win; no fee approach and will manage the entire process from advisory through to tax refund stage.

Take our R&D tax credits qualifying questionnaire


31 December 2020 - Review disposals of chargeable assets to avoid a possible CGT increase

Capital gains tax is due to be reviewed by the government and if a CGT rise is announced, the new rates may become effective from the next tax year on 6 April 2021. Take advice now if you are thinking of selling property or have other assets giving rise to a capital gains tax liability.