Did you know the average SME claim is worth £61,000 per year and yet huge numbers of eligible companies never claim?

Thousands of companies across the UK spend money and time developing great new products or improving their systems in new and innovative ways, and then miss out on probably the most generous tax relief available today!

Even if you don’t think that you would qualify, or your accountant is unsure, don’t you think it’s worth another look given the potential benefits?

Talking to us is risk free. We can usually quickly assess whether you might have a claim over the phone, and we only ever charge fees if we are successful in making a claim for you.

To survive in business in the UK today you have to innovate and make constant improvements just to stay competitive, and you might be surprised at the kinds of activity that will qualify for R&D tax credits!

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How can R&D tax credits help UK firms attract overseas clients?

The UK is becoming well known internationally for having a generous and effective R&D tax incentives system. This includes the SME R&D Tax Credit, RDEC and the Patent Box. As a specialist in this area I’m asked increasingly by tech and biotech firms for practical advice to convert the headline … Read More

WOCO’s response to the consultation on preventing abuse of R&D tax credits

The government has been conducting a consultation on the proposed changes from the last budget to the SME R&D tax credit scheme. The proposal is to introduce a cap on the amount companies can claim as payable credits based on their payroll tax contributions. We analysed the proposed cap a … Read More

Changes to R&D tax credits – are you affected?

Introduction In the autumn 2018 budget, the UK government decided that payments made under the SME R&D tax credit scheme will be limited by a cap based on the amount of employment taxes paid by the claiming company. This is probably the first significant limitation that has been placed on … Read More