Many creative, technological and manufacturing companies are missing out on Research & Development Tax Relief.
Despite being launched in 2000 – Research & Development Tax Credit is still a woefully underutilised Government scheme with many companies in the creative, manufacturing and technological industries unaware of the money they could be claiming through the scheme.
If your company works on innovative development projects in the science and technology sector you may be able to claim R&D Tax Credit on certain costs. Even unsuccessful projects may qualify.
Specialising solely in Technology Tax Reliefs
Cooden Tax Consulting specialises solely in Technology Tax Reliefs, including both Research & Development Tax Credit and some of the newly legislated Creative Industry Reliefs. Our R&D tax consultants provide a seamless, supported process for your company to establish whether you may be eligible for Tax Relief, and help you to claim the money if you are.
We help businesses of all sizes access Government money set aside to encourage innovation.
Who do we work with?
Businesses with R&D projects & Accountants, Solicitors and Patent Attorneys who ask us to undertake this specialist R&D tax relief work on their behalf.
The three main areas covered are:
Research and Development Tax Relief
A Government scheme set up to reward businesses for advances in industry. If your business invests in innovation, you could be entitled to tax relief under this scheme.
Our team of expert R&D tax consultants will determine eligibility for tax credit and get you the best possible return. R&D Tax Credit claims can take up a lot of time, but with our expert consultants the whole process is seamless and the amount of time you need to invest is minimised. We will ensure you are claiming the full amount possible, help you with your technical evaluation and ensure you are fully compliant with HMRC rules. Talk to us now to optimise your claim for tax credits.
Did you know that all you need to make a Patent Box claim is to have a UK and/or an EU patent and be liable for Corporation Tax? The Patent Box scheme is part of the Government’s growth agenda which enables companies investing in innovation to pay a reduced Corporation Tax rate of 10% on profits from sales of products or services containing a qualifying patent.
Speak with our Patent Box experts now to see if your patent qualifies.