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UK businesses receive £33.3bn in R&D tax relief since inception in 2000, with biggest rise in claims for last year from SMEs
James Tetley

The latest HMRC statistics on Research & Development tax relief reveal that in 20 years, over 300,000 claims have been made, delivering £33.3bn of tax relief to UK businesses since its introduction in 2000.

Promising signs of R&D reform for a digital age

18 September 2020

Following the Governments third consultation on research and development (R&D) tax reliefs of 2020 in early July, we explore the promising signs to bring the regime into the current digital age.

VAT and Stamp Duty Land Tax changes for landlords
Ian Carpenter

30 July 2020

As a result of the coornavirus pandemic, many tenants are suffering a loss of income and want to vary the terms of their lease with their landlord. Read here for details of HMRC’s announced tax changes as a measure to preserve income for landlords.

The new 2 per cent SDLT surcharge for non-residents
Adrian Benosiglio

30 July 2020

With the SDLT surcharge on overseas buyers of UK residential property announced in 2018. Find out why the surcharge was introduced, who it applies to and who it will affect

The outcome of the Fifth Money Laundering Directive ('5MLD') and Trust Registration Service ('TRS') consultation
Adrian Benosiglio

HMRC have published the proposed regulations on Fifth Money Laundering Directive and Trust Registration Service on 15 July 2020. Find out the impact on the real estate sector.

Non-resident capital gains tax (“NRCGT”) – elections for collective investment vehicles (“CIVs”)
Adrian Benosiglio

14 July 2020


Find out how RSM can help when deciding what elections a fund and a company can enter into and the qualifying conditions that need to be met.

What does the summer statement mean for the real estate sector?
Adrian Benosiglio

10 July 2020

The Chancellor has announced several measures to kick start the economy as lockdown continues to ease. What do the changes mean, both directly and indirectly, for the real estate sector?

UK tax filing for non-resident companies
Adrian Benosiglio

01 July 2020

Find out which non-resident companies will be affected by UK tax filing, what you should submit and the key dates you should look out for.

By relaxing R&D tax relief criteria, Government could help boost capital expenditure

23 June 2020

The extent of planned capital expenditure (capex) cuts by large listed companies in the UK was last week predicted to reach somewhere in the region of £23bn. CFOs seem to favour cash preservation over investment. What can Government do to lure business leaders away from their spending funk? Boosting the level of R&D tax relief available and relaxing the qualifying criteria would be a good starting point.

Disposals of homes delayed by coronavirus may mean tax and SDLT relief is lost
Adrian Benosiglio

17 June 2020

Has your house purchase stalled because of the coronavirus pandemic? There are two reliefs available to buyers of new homes, which could result in significant savings.

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