Are you identifying all qualifying R&D Tax Credit projects? – Tip 2
The first and most important stage in preparing a successful claim is identifying those projects that qualify, as if you don’t get this right then you wont be able to claim the right amount of qualifying expenditure, it is as simple as that. In our last blog we covered difficult or failed projects – just one of a […]Read More
A new £1.6 million supercomputer will accelerate UK research for EV batteries
Michael, a new £1.6 million supercomputer funded by the Faraday Institution, has been installed at University College London to accelerate UK battery research projects. The state-of-the-art technology will allow researchers to speed up time-scales on running battery simulations, reducing what could take weeks to just less than 24 hours.Read More
A successful R&D Tax Credit claim depends on identifying all qualifying projects – are you?
There are several stages to preparing and making a successful claim The first and most important is identifying those projects that qualify. Crucially you must understand when R&D has taken place – as if you don’t get this right then you wont be able to claim the right amount of qualifying expenditure, it is as […]Read More
Testing new medical technologies in the NHS
Businesses can apply for a share of up to £1.5 million to support real-world testing of new medical devices, diagnostics and technologies in the NHS.Read More
You’re paid-on-results…surely not?
With MSC R&D, it is not just the company that is paid-on-results – it is everyone who represents the company – and that is why we are all focussed on delivering the best possible service to our clients.Read More
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