5 top tips for your first R&D Tax Credit Claim

We understand that making your first R&D Tax claim can be like navigating uncharted waters. To make the process as easy as possible, here are our 5 top tips for making your first R&D Tax Credit claim.

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The benefits of R&D Tax Relief for Start-ups

Many technology-based start-up businesses are innovative by their very nature.

During the first few years of a running a start-up business, claiming R&D Tax Relief may be far from the top of your priorities. However, making a claim could return a significant amount of much-needed cash to your business.

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R&D Tax Claims in the Materials Manufacturing and Fabrication sector

HMRC statistics indicate that 3,375 companies in the Materials Manufacturing and Fabrications industries made R&D Tax Credit claims worth over £185m for the 2017-2018 financial year.

As of 2018, there were over 42,600 companies in the materials and fabrication sector, of which, only 8% applied for R&D Tax Relief.

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TBAT joins Prodrive for The RAPID Challenge

TBAT Innovation Ltd are proud to be part of The RAPID Challenge for 2020.

Joining Founding Partner – Prodrive, TBAT are this year’s Lead Partner, offering their expertise in funding innovation through UK & EU Grant Funding and R&D Tax Relief.

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Register your interest to apply for £175K Innovation Support Grants

Register your interest with us, if you’d like our help applying for the £175k Innovation Support Grants that Innovate UK are due to offer to ‘new customers’, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Update on Innovate UK May 2020: Smart Grants

Innovate UK have paused the next round of their Smart Grants ‘open’ competition. Find out more in this blog post.

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What is R&D for tax purposes?

A common question with a complex answer. When claiming R&D Tax Relief, your business must be performing eligible R&D activity – but what is R&D for tax purposes and what is eligible R&D activity?

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Future Flight Phase II – launched!

Future Flight Challenge (FFC) is a 4-year, £125 million Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF) programme; its funding is delivered by Innovate UK. Phase II of the Future Flight competition opened 11th May 2020 and has £30 million in funding available.

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British Business Bank: Future Fund

Launched on 20th May 2020, the Future Fund scheme is open for applications for innovative businesses to access the £250 million of support, made available by the UK Government.

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Innovate UK: Continuity Grants and Loans

On Friday 15th May 2020, Innovate UK released full details about their Continuity Grants and Loans – the COVID-19 support for Innovate UK’s Existing Grant Recipients.

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When can SME’s claim using the RDEC Scheme?

Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) primarily use the SME Scheme for their R&D Tax Relief claims; however, there are some occasions where a SME needs to use the RDEC (Research and Development Expenditure Credit) Scheme too.

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Apply for The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise

While we’re well known for helping businesses access funding opportunities for their innovative work, for example, R&D Tax Credits and UK and EU Grant Funding; we can also assist businesses to write their applications for awards such as The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise.

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