Reclaim up to 33% of your R&D costs with the support of Adderley Hill & Co
R&D tax credits are available to all businesses engaged in research and development activities, irrespective of their size.
From chemical engineering to digital development and construction – R&D can take place in any sector.
To benefit from R&D tax incentives, you must be a limited company in the UK, subject to Corporation Tax; or have undertaken any qualifying R&D activities, or spent money on such types of projects.
However, sometimes you could be unsure if you fulfil the set criteria to make a claim successfully. That’s where our expert accountants can help.
We can guide you throughout the claims process – calculate the amount that the government owes you, prepare draft reports, fill and file forms to HMRC, and more.
Looking after your tax affairs is essential, and the UK R&D tax credits incentive is a crucial source towards keeping your company well-funded.
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Costs qualifying for R&D tax credits:
Staff salaries, pension contributions, employer’s NIC, and reimbursed expenses
Materials and consumables transformed by the R&D process.
Freelancers and subcontractors
Some types of software solutions
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