Q1. Company Type
Are you an Incorporated Company?
Q2. Your Innovation
Have you either developed or changed an existing product or process?
Q3. Advancing Knowledge
Did your innovation try to advance the scientific or technical knowledge within your field?
At the start of your project were you unsure how, or even if, you would succeed, and did a qualified person go through a process of trial and error?
Q5. Commercial Risk
Were you required to take a commercial risk as a business by way of external costs (contractors) or internal costs (salaries) in order to work on the project?
Exploratory Meeting identifies any qualifying R&D activity within a business.
R&D Data Analysts review all relevant costs and produce a comprehensive report with a full audit trail back to the nominal ledger.
Technical Writers with industry experience interview R&D staff and create a supporting case study.
Wrap Up Meeting presents the claim summary with the final calculated R&D relief amount.
Submission to HMRC. We work in tandem with a company’s accountant to submit the R&D claim to the HMRC
Post Claim: Typically, within 28 days clients receive their R&D relief. We then invoice and arrange a “best practice guidance” meeting for future claims.
Our R&D tax credit claim’s process typically takes less than 4 hours of client time (in 95% of cases).