Research and development tax relief is an incentive from the government to encourage companies to invest in research and development activities. There is a common misconception that these incentives are aimed only at the technology sector, however, that is certainly not the case. This document outlines how research and development tax relief is more widely available than most companies realise.
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Clive Gawthorpe appointed to chair European branch of CIOT
Clive Gawthorpe has been appointed by the Chartered Institute of Taxation to chair their European branch.
HMRC should show more flexibility on controversial loan charge during Covid-19
Following HMRC’s refusal to stop chasing taxpayers caught by the controversial ‘loan charge’ during the Coronavirus lockdown, the tax authority should do more to reassure taxpayers that it will not penalise them.
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An introduction to the Government’s support package for innovative firms
Tax partner, Helen Cowley, provides a brief introduction to the Government’s £1.25 billion support package available throughout the coronavirus pandemic to innovative firms and also looks at the tax relief and credits available for R&D ongoing.
DAC6 reporting deadline extension
The European Union announced an extension to the filing deadline for DAC6 reporting, which is welcome news but many companies are not even aware of their obligations.