R&D Tax Credits

Transparent pricing. No win, no fee. Simple.

Our prices start at £240 and you do not pay until your claim is successfully processed and paid by HMRC.
Our fees are capped at £1,800 so you will never pay more than that.

WHAT'S THE PRICE?

R&D CLAIM PRICE
Up to £2,500
£240
£2,501 - £5,000
£480
£5,001 - £15,000
£720
£15,001 - £20,000
£940
£20,000+
£1,800
Research & Development intensive companies in the UK may be given relief on qualifying expenditure to support them in working on innovative projects in science and technology.

There are two Government schemes in the UK which support R&D activity:

  1. SME R&D relief for small and medium enterprises; and
  2. Research and Development Expenditure Credit (RDEC) for large companies

On average, SMEs in the UK claim £45,000 under their R&D Tax Credits claim which covers costs such as:

  • Staffing
  • Subconctracted expenses
  • Consumables
  • Software and IT consumables
  • External staff and contractors
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R&D Tax Credits are part of a Government scheme allowing SMEs to reclaim up to 33% of the value that they spend on Research and Development - even if you are a loss making company.

On average, SMEs in the UK claim £45,000 under their R&D Tax Credits claim which covers costs such as:

  • Staffing
  • Subconctracted expenses
  • Consumables
  • Software and IT consumables
  • External staff and contractors

 

Why wait?

Speak to us for a free consultation.

Reclaim up to 33% of your R&D costs. We’re great at what we do and have a winning track-record of dealing with our clients’ R&D claims, whether you’re an early start-up or a more established SME.

    Why Choose Us?

    Transparent Pricing

    Our fees are very simple and fair, ranging from £240 to no more than £1,800.

    No Win No Fee

    You don't pay us until your claim actually gets paid. This means you won't have to worry about cashflow.

    100% Claim Success Rate

    We're there for you every step of the way but you will rest assured knowing that all our claims have been successful.

    Qualified Team

    We are qualified accountants as well as tech enthusiasts. We know and love what we do!

    Maximise Your Claim

    We will analyse your financials to see if there is anything you can do to maximise your claims.

    Tech Report

    We will provide the templates to help you write the supporting tech report to ensure your claim is successful.

    Financials Report

    We review your financials and analyse what you can actually claim and put a report together for you.

    Professional Review

    We review the report and all supporting evidence so that it makes sense and advise on any amendments necessary.

    Submission to HMRC

    We make the submission with HMRC for you and assist in case there are any inquiries from their side.

    Still Have Questions?

    If you don’t find your answer below, feel free to write to us.

    Currently, we only offer help for R&D tax credits to SMEs and do not deal with RDEC. We aim to do this as soon as possible but at the moment choose to focus on startups and SMEs.

    As soon as we have the costs analysed, you will know how much your claim should come to. The fee will be agreed before submission is made to HMRC and paid upon successful approval of the claim or receipt of the tax credit.

    The fees are based upon the claimable tax relief amount if you are profit making – qualifying costs multiplied by the appropriate rate.

    If you are loss making and claiming tax credits instead, the tax credits amount is used as your “R&D Claim” amount.

    This means a profit making company with claimable tax relief amount of £19,000 would pay a fee of £940.

    Whereas a loss making company with claimable tax relief amount of £19,000 and therefore tax credits of £2,755 would pay a fee of £480.

    Most SMEs and startups will be claiming under the SME scheme so long as they fulfill the definition of an SME and conditions below:

    • have less than 500 staff
    • have turnover of under €100m or a balance sheet total under €86m

    RDEC is typically claimed by larger corporations.

    RDEC can also be claimed by SMEs who have been subcontracted to do R&D work by a large company or who have received a grant or subsidy for their R&D project.

    We believe in our services and team so much we operate on a monthly rolling contract basis. That means there are no minimum periods to sign up for. We only ask for a month’s notice if you were to leave us.

    The short answer is yes, but there are some terms and conditions and there could be some fees for reinstating your subscription – best to speak to your account manager who will advise.