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R&D tax credits seminar

16 May, 2017, 8:00 am - 10:00 am

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This is a seminar aimed directly at your industry.  This will explain not only what R&D tax credits are, but also how you can qualify.  What’s more, it’s completely FREE to attend – and breakfast and refreshments are included.

What’s covered?

R&D in your sector usually arises due to customer bespoke requests or pressure on reducing costs.  Other drivers can include making existing products lighter, smaller, larger or even more reliable.    R&D tax relief has been introduced by the Government to help promote productivity in the UK.  The relief is available for both products and processes.  Furthermore, it is not just limited to new, innovative and novel products.  For example, it could be claimed for duplicating an existing process or product in an improved way.  It could also be claimed as a result of making a process faster or cheaper.


Despite R&D tax relief being introduced in 2000, there’s still a misconception about what actually constitutes research and development.  As a consequence, R&D tax relief and tax credits are among the most under-claimed tax incentives currently available.

Register now

Whilst the event is free, spaces are limited and need to be reserved.  Secure your place today by emailing Lucy Boler.  Don’t forget to notify the organisers about any dietary requirements as tea/coffee and breakfast will be provided.


16 May, 2017
8:00 am - 10:00 am


JRB Accountancy
01623 709998


Mansfield i-centre
Oakham Business Park, Hamilton Way
Mansfield, Nottinghamshire NG18 5BR United Kingdom
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