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HMRC confirms R&D repayment claims will not be offset against tax liabilities under deferral agreements
James Tetley

20 April 2020

RSM has contacted HMRC’s policy team to ask how R&D repayment claims will be treated in light of the government’s support schemes to help businesses cope with the coronavirus outbreak. Find out the answer here.

Improve cash flow with tax reliefs

16 April 2020

Managing your cash flow effectively is essential during the coronavirus health crisis, and tax can play a significant part in that.

R&D tax credits increased for large companies, but an opportunity missed for SMEs

11 March 2020

In the Budget 2020 announcements, the Chancellor announced a number of changes to R&D tax credits.

NAO report highlights need for Government to champion R&D tax incentives
James Tetley

14 February 2020

James Tetley, national head of R&D at RSM, comments on today's report from the National Audit Office on the management of tax expenditures.

Graham Steele

Partner

Graham is a tax partner and leads RSM’s North West region innovation reliefs team.

R&D tax relief claims rise by over 20 per cent
James Tetley

10 October 2019

New statistics from HMRC have revealed that there was a 22 per cent year-on-year rise in the number of claims for research and development (R&D) tax credits submitted by companies in 2017-18, with the level of support provided rising by 26 per cent.

R&D cash back – substantial delays

20 September 2019

Companies are experiencing considerable delays in HMRC's processing of payable R&D credit claims. These delays could impact on future investment by companies into further innovation, impacting companies’ financial results and the growth of the wider economy.

Research, development and innovation in the food and drink sector
Stuart McCallum

12 September 2019

In this webinar, Stuart McCallum and James Tetley, two RSM partners whose sector experience has been built over many years by serving the needs of their food and drink clients, talk through the innovation trends currently taking place in the industry and give some examples of how some of these activities can qualify for R&D tax relief.

R&D tax relief reforms risk stifling innovation in small firms, RSM warns
James Tetley

24 May 2019

New proposals designed to prevent abuse of the R&D tax relief regime risk disincentivising small businesses from undertaking genuine R&D activity, RSM has warned.

Chancellor focusses on technology and IP rich companies

29 October 2018

The government will build on its long term commitment to R&D as outlined in their Industrial Strategy. Alongside a package of investment measures, there were specific changes to the treatment of intangibles – tempered with an anti avoidance measure to ensure that the R&D tax credit regime isn’t subject to abuse.

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