Ten top tips to choose the right R&D tax relief advisor

Page heading Subheading snippet of page content Make sure you choose the right R&D tax relief advisory firm, for a robust, maximised claim with none of the hassle. Now that the UK has cottoned onto the benefits of the Government’s R&D tax relief scheme, more and more providers are jumping onto the R&D bandwagon. Inmore

01 February 2018

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Make sure you choose the right R&D tax relief advisory firm, for a robust, maximised claim with none of the hassle.

Now that the UK has cottoned onto the benefits of the Government’s R&D tax relief scheme, more and more providers are jumping onto the R&D bandwagon. In an unregulated market, how do you separate the bona fide R&D tax relief specialists from the others, out only to make a fast buck?

To help you, here are our 10 tips to choose the right R&D tax advisor.

1: Premises can tell you a lot about a firm

If an R&D tax specialist works from home, they might be a start-up with little or no track record. If they’re based in the back of beyond, that’s going to make meetings harder, and the service is more likely to be phone and internet-based. Also, if they don’t have a proper business address, are they going to be here today, gone tomorrow? A city centre location is expensive, but makes it easier for staff to reach customers and offer a face-to-face service. It’s also a good indication that a firm has invested in the business, and takes it seriously.

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