HMRC has this week published data showing the number of companies claiming Research and Development (R&D) tax credits and the cost to the Exchequer of providing that support.
Investing your money for profits is what everybody aspires to do. You probably need the money for college, start up a business, for retirement, or you want to go for a holiday.
Not many would have predicted that a global pandemic might be just the fillip needed to kickstart the construction and development industry.
When you’re ready to sell houses or flats in your portfolio, you may be considering selling through an estate agent or at auction.
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While growth in R&D tax relief claims has increased by 35% annually since inception in 2001 to over £4bn last year the scheme is yet to be fully utilised by UK business.
Whilst the 2018/19 tax year end may seem like a distant memory, the 31st January 2020 deadline for filing online Self Assessment tax returns is fast approaching.