Industry

19 MAY 2021

AN ESSENTIAL UPDATE ON CLAIMING R&D TAX CREDITS

The potential money-generating issue of tax credits will be discussed at a free-to-attend online event on 26 May hosted by the Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) with the help of ForrestBrown, the UK’s largest specialist R&D tax credit consultancy.

The webinar, A new era for R&D tax credits, will highlight and update on recent changes in the HMRC’s approach to R&D tax relief that consultancy and engineering firms need to be aware of. R&D tax relief can offer valuable cash flow support for consultancy and engineering firms and often the time investment required to claim it is much quicker than you might think. Before claiming (or even if you already claim), there are some vital, recent changes in HMRC’s approach that firms need to consider and the webinar on 26 May will tell you all about them.

The event, A new era for R&D tax credits, is part of the ACE Insight webinar series, will see representatives from ForrestBrown explain:

  • The three key things consultancy and engineering firms need to know about HMRC’s fundamental change in approach to tax credits.
  • What engineering work you can claim R&D tax relief for - and what work doesn’t qualify.
  • The five practical steps firms can take to supercharge R&D tax relief claims in the wake of HMRC’s change of approach.

Jack Wanstall, partnerships manager at ForrestBrown, said: “This event will give an essential update on the HMRC’s change in approach to R&D tax relief. By attending this webinar, firms will gain a better understanding of the key changes and the practical steps their business can take when making use of R&D tax incentives.”  

To book a free place at the webinar click on the link below.

A new era for R&D tax credits
Wednesday 26 May, from 12-1pm.
Click here to book a free place at this webinar.

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