R&D tax credits are a generous Government tax relief that rewards innovation through either a reduced corporate tax liability or a cash rebate. R&D tax relief has been around now for several years but it has been modified many times.
James Cowper Kreston and Stackhouse Poland are delighted to invite you to our Thames Valley Cyber seminar for an informative networking breakfast with a panel debate.
Maximising funding is a crucial part of ensuring success at your academy. Making sure that you are minimising the costs associated with the running of your school will help you to maximise the resources available for educating your pupils.
The Patent Box came into effect on 1 April 2013. It gives a reduced rate of corporation tax (10%) to the profits earned from the exploitation of either UK or European patents (or similar intellectual property rights) owned by the company. The UK Government’s aim is to provide another tax incentive (in addition to R&D tax relief) to those UK companies that innovate.