FREQUENTLY ASKED BUSINESS QUESTION I own two newsagent and confectionery shops and trade through a limited company. I am constantly getting unsolicited phone calls and emails from people purporting to be ‘Research and Development (R&D) experts’
R&D Tax Relief for Manufacturing Companies in Ireland
Manufacturing companies in Ireland who undertake qualifying research and development activities can avail of generous R&D tax credits, however, it is important to ensure that the R&D activities are qualifying and can be substantiated, explains FPM
'Innovation is vital for any business who wants to move forward'. Did you know... The average Research & Development (R&D) Tax Claim in 2019 resulted in tax savings of £59,941! Just consider that for a moment...
In recent times, we have become aware of a number of firms approaching both clients and non-clients in respect to the availability of R&D tax credits in their business. From what we have seen these firms
More businesses than ever are seeking to adapt operations and business models as they prepare to cope with technological developments, competitive pressures and the changes that Brexit will bring. For many, innovation will be part of
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