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More often than not this is wrong. Lot’s of companies across the UK are doing R&D without even realising it. Perhaps you’ve improved a process, or created a new way of doing something. Ask yourself, what’s your USP? If you’re still not sure, you can contact us today and we’ll be happy to help.
Sometimes R&D claims get submitted that don’t look at the whole picture. Very often businesses underclaim and won’t ever know. Our friendly team can take a look at historical submissions and find out if you’re missing out on any extra money.
This government scheme has been set up to encourage UK businesses to innovate. The scheme is available to all organisations no matter how big, or small. At Veritas Noble, we look after the complicated stuff so that you can work on your business. We never take on a claim if we’re not confident in its outcome, and we work on a no-win-no-fee basis. What have you got to lose?
Claiming for research and development (R&D) tax credits, certainly can be an expensive process. However here at Veritas Noble we pride ourselves on offering expert knowledge on a no-win-no-fee basis. Which means it costs you nothing to find out. Remember, the average claim in the UK is around £54,000.
This is another common myth amongst SMEs in the UK. Our expert team has submitted R&D claims for companies across most sectors, including software, manufacturing, distribution and even construction. Why not get in touch today and find out how we can help you?
Whilst accountants are certainly very knowledgeable, not all are experts in R&D tax credits. That’s why our team works with a number of accountants and accountancy firms to deliver expert R&D tax credit services on behalf of their clients.
We hear this a lot from clients, and the good news is that once the money is in your bank it can be spent on anything you like!
Research and development, though a seemingly vague term, is an umbrella definition responsible for most, if not all of the innovation we see today. It
The manufacturing industry is a vital part of the UK economy, accounting for almost 10% of GDP.1. However, this industry is under pressure, with increased
our team have secured over £4.6m in government backed funding for UK based businesses.