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2 October 2017
After only eighteen months the R&D Tax Experts division of Haleys Business Advisers has successfully claimed over £2m of tax credits for a wide variety of businesses around the UK.
Haleys have set up a new R&D office quarter at their Whitestake campus head office and have been recruiting highly qualified consultants and technical analysts to support the experience of principal Tim Haley and Phil Hartley. Phil who heads up this division has a vision and business plan ‘’ to grow the annual rebate figure to £25m by 2020. The team of experts, to deliver this goal will also increase significantly and we are looking for such talent now,so please make contact with us if you want to be part of the action.’’
Sales and Marketing Director, John Fisher, explained the scope of Haleys’ involvement in R&D tax credits, stating: “we have a 100% success rate in our report submissions to HMRC,working very closely with each of our clients,understanding their business and helping our clients to identify projects that qualify for R&D rebates.Our experts have now achieved a high level of experience in submitting approved reports to HMRC.We do all the leg work so it is a win win situation for our clients and we operate on a no win no fee basis!”
John continues,”The scope of our business sector coverage includes construction ,manufacturing ,agriculture, professional services, leisure, design and technology.The key considerations are that, provided you are a limited company, you can demonstrate your involvement in developing or adding value to products and processes to improve the performance of your business, then there is the likelihood that substantial tax credit rebates would apply to the cost of such improvement retrospectively over the past 2 financial years and in the future.”
There is clear evidence in the latest September report from HMRC that the levels of claims are very low and whilst the government are keen to support growth and innovation, there is still a naïve misconception as to the entitlement or qualification for these rebates. Government figures for 2015-16 show that the total number of R&D tax credit claims were 26,255 which is only 0.8% of the total number of UK registered companies. The average national claim is £55,000.
Haleys are now the experts in this field—they have a significant track record and healthy referral process with satisfied clients and some accountants. A surprise windfall is what all businesses would relish so if you would like to discuss your business matters and your eligibility for R&D tax credits then please contact John or Phil.Go Back