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Is Government policy on Software R&D Tax Credit Claims working?

Date: 12th October 2018

Throughout the history of the UK R&D schemes those claims relating to software development have often proved the most difficult for HMRC to deal with. There has almost been continual change in approach, reviews, training of inspectors, and guidance. For claimants this is disruptive and confusing. Software is treated differently than other areas of R&D. They appear to shine a spotlight on software in a way that they don’t with any other sector of industry. The latest chang...
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Fantastic Milestone - over one thousand clients

Date: 10th July 2018

We have now worked with over 1,000 companies from all over the UK.   Helping clients, both large and small with their claims.   With the average value per company being around £88,000 and some gaining more than £1,000,000.  We help all types of businesses such as traditional engineering, IT companies, manufacturers, construction, software tool developers, bailiffs, food processors, legal firms, artisan ice cream makers, aerospace, glass manufac...
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RandDTax

Date: 8th February 2017

THE ENTERPRISE AWARDS 2017 "The Oscars of the Technology Industry" Wednesday 14 June 2017  The Dorchester, Park Lane, London in association with the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists (WCIT). RandDTax is proud to be a...
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Positive stance on R&D in Autumn Statement 2016

Date: 24th November 2016

Government announces new support for R&D, and will review the R&D Tax regime with the positive aim “….to make the UK an even more competitive place to do R&D.”,  in the Autumn Statement. Extract from full Autumn Statement 1.3      Productivity The Autumn Statement, and the government’s forthcoming Industrial Strategy, will focus on raising productivity to raise living standards for people acros...
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