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R&D tax credits example: Aerospace and Pharmaceutical Components Engineering

It’s official! According to the latest figures from HMRC, more and more companies are now benefiting from the Government’s R&D tax credits scheme. What’s even better news for SMEs is that they’re leading the charge, with an impressive 30% hike in the number of claims submitted in 2012-13 compared to 2011-12.

The ABC of R&D tax credits

It’s as easy as ABC for experts like ABGI UK, as we look at 3 clients who recently received a substantial monetary return.

Why You Should Be Claiming R&D Tax Credits.

If you are a company where you have people and costs associated with project activities aimed at advancing what you do, then you could be eligible for R&D tax credits.

4 myths preventing CROs and bioscience companies from cashing in on R&D tax credits

It’s time for bioscience and CROs to take a closer look at R&D tax credits.

R&D Tax Credits – Whatever you do be sure to do this FIRST (or be sorry forever)

We won’t lie to you, R&D tax credits can be a complicated business.

IoT and the Factory of the Future

Today’s western economies are no longer the place of grimy smokestacks and oily rags. These have long gone, and the UK, like many other countries, has gone through a period of significant deindustrialisation in recent decades.

The new frontiers of prosthetics

The challenges for research and development in the field of prosthetics continue to expand, particularly in the areas materials used for their construction.

Games that could learn to beat you

Generally, Artificial Intelligence (AI) may be defined as that intelligence exhibited by machines. In the research field of computer science, it is defined as the study of ‘intelligent agents’; namely, any device that perceives its environment and takes actions that maximises its chance of success at a particular goal.

Electricity gets Smarter

The electricity system is being transformed by some of the strongest forces it has experienced since the invention of the electromagnet. These forces are converging to completely disrupt how we generate, manage and use electricity in today’s modern world.

The Great British Space Race

The Space Race is credited to have encouraged the highest rate of research and growth the world has ever known. It is said that the state of technology advanced ten-fold, and this contribution is recognised as a key factor in revolutionising industries far and wide.