Creating value from innovation

R&D Tax Credits

Does your company do any form of unique innovation?

 

You may think your company does not do any research and development, but that's one reason why so many companies have missed out on an amazing annual credit or cash-back from the government since scheme inception in 2000/01.

 

You don't have to be involved in rocket science or the pharmaceutical sector to qualify for an R&D tax credit - you don't even have to manufacture a product.  You just need to do something unique, whether producing a product, enhancing a process, developing or integrating software, or even an in-house IT project.

 

The average UK SME obtained £53k R&D cash-back last year and the average large company RDEC scheme obtained £272k. Don't try and self-assess - call the R&D tax specialists!

 

See FAQ for more detail

 

 

Intellectual Property Services

Does your business have something worth patenting?

 

 With a simple patent, found in your R&D, you could save on corporation tax. It may be worth rethinking how Intellectual Property (IP) may unleash hidden value in your business.

 

Businesses shouldn’t be intimidated by the legal and academic jargon surrounding IP. A fixed-fee “IP Harvest”  will answer the question “Does my business have something worth patenting?” It’s not about Harvesting the whole field, rather finding that single blade of grass – that single, patentable idea that helps you to access HMRC’s Patent Box relief scheme and save thousands of pounds of corporation tax, year after year.

 

It may be possible to turn a potential gem into a significant tax benefit.

 

See FAQ for more detail

Patent Box

Does your company hold patents or have patents pending?

 

The government's Patent Box scheme creates a competitive tax environment for companies to develop and exploit patents in the UK, supporting business investment and growth.

 

Are you a UK Company liable for Corporation Tax that holds interests in qualifying product or process patents whether owned or exclusively licensed, or have patents pending?

 

Patent Box can create a profits deduction or a reduced tax rate on patent income.

 

Even if the patented element of the product is minor, 100% of income arising from the product could still fall into the scheme.

 

See FAQ for more detail

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