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  • Budget 2021 - R&D Tax Reliefs Update

    This news item summarises the announcements on R&D Tax Relief made as part of the Budget 2021 on 3 March 2021.

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 1 min Read
  • Will you lose the SME scheme R&D tax Relief if you access the CBILS?

    The complex rules around which R&D tax relief an SME is able to claim under means that companies need to understand the potential adverse effect taking such a loan may have on their R&D claim and future cash flow.

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 1 min Read
  • Budget 2020 - R&D Tax Relief changes

    Good news for companies claiming the R&D reliefs! As part of today's Budget policy changes the Chancellor has announced four changes affecting those companies that claim or will claim the R&D tax relief. The changes will affect claimants under both the R&D Expenditure Credit scheme and the SME scheme.

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 1 min Read
  • Details of increased government support for R&D - Autumn Statement 2016

    The Chancellor has today announced details of a package of government support for R&D.

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 1 min Read
  • Beating the Brexit Blues: 4 ways to Brexit proof your technology business

    John Moore from Kingly Brookes considers some basics for technology businesses to think about in these early days of uncertainty.

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  • Budget 2016 & R&D tax reliefs

    The Budget announcement today did not contain any new changes to the headline rates of R&D tax relief or the way the schemes operate for the vast majority of companies claiming R&D tax relief. However there are some announcements that have been made that are worth being aware of for those companies who are making, or will make claims in the future.

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 1 min Read
  • Ten Companies that Prove Cambridge is a Great Place for Tech Start Ups

    Here are ten companies that demonstrate how Cambridge is at the forefront of the tech world and a prime location for prospective tech start ups.

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 1 min Read
  • Who should you partner with on your startup?

    One of the most important elements of starting a successful business is building a great team around you. Running a business by yourself can be very challenging, and that’s why it’s essential to find people to plug any skill gaps, which is much easier said than done!

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 1 min Read
  • 0% Inflation: What does it mean for your business?

    Martin Jones from Kingly Brookes gives some thought to the impact on business of the recent news on the UK inflation rate.

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 1 min Read
  • R&D Tax relief Announcements - Budget 18 March 2015

    HMRC has given an initial response to the consultation exercise designed to improve access to the R&D tax relief regimes for smaller companies. In addition a small change to the proposed legislation preventing companies for claiming for consumable items sold to customers has been made.

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 1 min Read
  • An Infographic Guide to the Patent Box Regime

    John Moore of Kingly Brookes LLP presents an infographic providing you with an overview of the Patent box tax relief. Could you be claiming?

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 1 min Read
  • R&D Tax Relief - 7 tips for optimising your claims

    In this article John Moore from Kingly Brookes highlights some of the practical issues that you should think about before starting your claim process, no matter what the size of your company and R&D operations.

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 1 min Read
  • New changes to the R&D and Patent Box tax reliefs

    John Moore of Kingly Brookes draws attention to the changes made by the Chancellor in his Autumn Statement on December 3rd 2014 to the R&D tax relief schemes and also examines the often reported demise of the Patent Box regime.

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 1 min Read
  • Budget brings increase in the amount of R&D credit for SMEs

    John Moore of R&D claim specialists Kingly Brookes explains that in a further measure to provide SMEs with incentives to invest in R&D the Chancellor today announced an increase in the rate of the payable tax credit for companies claiming the R&D tax relief payable credit for SMEs.

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 1 min Read
  • The Patent Box – Threat of EC designation as harmful competition?

    John Moore of Kingly Brookes draws attention to the potential for changes to be made to the UK Patent Box regime following review by the EC.

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 1 min Read
  • R&D Tax credits – How the new “above the line” scheme will work – An update

    John Moore of Kingly Brookes LLP brings us up to date on the latest change to the way the R&D tax relief schemes will operate.

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 1 min Read
  • Major change proposed in R&D tax relief

    John Moore of Kingly Brookes LLP brings us up to date on the proposals to radically overhaul the way that a major part of the R&D tax reliefs will operate.

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 1 min Read
  • New guidance on R&D claims for the production of goods and services

    John Moore of Kingly Brookes LLP brings us up to date on the latest improvement to the guidance potentially enabling companies to claim costs that they might not have done in the past.

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 1 min Read
  • R&D Tax credits – Draft Finance Bill 2012 changes announced 6 December 2011.

    John Moore of Kingly Brookes LLP brings us up to date on the latest changes to the way the R&D tax relief schemes will operate.

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 1 min Read
  • R&D Tax Credits – News from the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement 2011

    In his Autumn Statement today the Chancellor referred very briefly to the introduction of an “above the line tax credit in 2013 to encourage research and development by larger companies.”

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 1 min Read
  • R&D Tax Credits – More good news for SMEs

    John Moore of Kingly Brookes LLP reminds us that the generous additional benefits announced at the time of the budget required approval by the European Commission and provides this update that will be of interest to Cambridge Network companies able to claim the SME R&D Tax relief.

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 1 min Read
  • R&D Tax relief - Good news on inclusion of production costs for manufacturers

    Revised guidance recently issued by HMRC on the circumstances when a company can include the costs of the production of goods is good news for those companies that have to produce the finished goods in order to carry out R&D.

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 1 min Read
  • Tax on Profits from Patents to be reduced to 10% - Ongoing consultation process

    As part of its ongoing review of the taxation of innovation and IP started in November 2010 the Government’s intention is to allow companies to tax profits attributable to certain patents at the substantially reduced rate of 10% from April 2013.

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 2 min Read
  • R&D Tax credits – HM Treasury publishes latest response and further consultation

    John Moore of Kingly Brookes LLP reminds us that this is an opportunity for the local science and technology business community to influence future policy & practice in this area and provides an overview of the latest changes proposed to the relief.

    added by Kingly Brookes LLP 2 min Read

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