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Research & Development tax credits

Posted by on 2.25.20 in Updates

Qualifying R&D expenditure. In order to qualify for the generous R&D tax reliefs, your project must be looking to advance science and technology. There must also be an element of uncertainty which could not have been easily overcome by a competent professional in the relevant field. The R&D project may research or develop a new […]

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IR35 Off payroll rules

Posted by on 2.1.20 in Updates

New rules are coming for IR35!

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Self Assessment: Can I afford to miss the deadline?

Posted by on 1.21.20 in Uncategorized

The annual deadline for submitting your online Self Assessment and paying any tax owed is end of 31st January. Most self-employed people choose to file their Self Assessments online, however it’s still possible to do so via paper forms where the deadline is by the end of 31st October. If you don’t file your return and pay any tax […]

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Close companies loans to participators

Posted by on 1.15.20 in Updates

What is a close company? A ‘close’ company is a company owned and controlled by 5 or fewer individual participators or controlled by any number of participators who are also directors. Here, these terms are defined as follows: A participator is a shareholder, a person who has a right to become a shareholder or a […]

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Grant funding and R&D tax credits

Posted by on 1.3.20 in Updates

Government grants and EU are awarded to encourage innovation. Innovation grants UK government grants for research orientated companies are awarded by Innovate UK. These are distributed via competitions in which UK-based businesses pitch and winners are selected. UK innovation grants are awarded for the following types of projects: Early feasibility studies; Creation of new products, processes or […]

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