FREE consultation meeting
The rules behind the R&D tax credit scheme can be complex to understand. One of our advisers will meet with you to assess whether you could qualify and – if so – how much you might receive. They’ll also explain how we work, what HMRC expects from a claim and answer any other questions you might have.
over 600successful claims a year
We all have our own view of what the term ‘R&D’ means, but the real question is, ‘what does HMRC accept as R&D?’. To answer this question, we need to understand what you do and how you do it. Our technical analysts are drawn from across the industrial spectrum; they have all worked in businesses like yours and they use their knowledge and expertise to assess which elements of your projects meet HMRC’s criteria for ‘eligible R&D’.
Reclaim up to 33%of your development costs.
Numbers & narrative
Companies incur many costs in the R&D process, most of these can be claimed, but not all. We work with you to understand where you incurred cost and extract all those that qualify for relief. We also complete the checks and balances HMRC expects to avoid the risk of nasty penalties for not taking ‘reasonable care’ when submitting a claim.
£240,000secured for an Engineering client
Submission & review
R&D relief is paid in the form of a relief against tax already paid or due. But did you know that there are a number of different ways to claim this relief? Our tax advisers are expert in this area and they complete up to 2,000 Corporation Tax computations every year to make sure they identify the best way for our customers to take full advantage of their entitlement.
We were already claiming R&D Tax Relief, but since switching over to The MPA Group, we have had a smoother, more timely process with increased stability and reduced risk to HMRC queries.Phil Heathcock, Finance Director, Subsea Innovation Limited
Submitting a claim is not the end of the process. We will continue to liaise with HMRC until your claim has been approved and we will keep you up to date on the progress of your claim, answering any questions that they may ask along the way.Find out more