What are R&D tax credits all about?

A quick introduction

Ruth Stanbridge
by Ruth Stanbridge 18.10.17

Introduced in 2000, R&D tax credits were designed to encourage companies to invest in innovation. Companies that spend money developing new products and services or improving existing ones may be able to claim back a proportion of expenditure as tax credits. By helping companies financially to invest in innovative new techniques, the government intends the UK to become more competitive internationally.

Ruth Stanbridge
About Ruth Stanbridge
Tax Advisor
Ruth brings 14 years of corporate accountancy and tax advice to the table. She acts as an intermediary between you and your consultants.

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