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R&D Tax Credits

You could be eligible for R&D tax credits, without even realising.

Research & Development (R&D) tax relief can be transformative to a company’s finances. If your business is undertaking any projects that uses science or technology in new or unusual ways, or you were unsure how to achieve the aims a project at the outset, it’s likely you’ve undertaken activities eligible for R&D relief.

What are R&D tax Credits?

You could be due tax relief from your company conducting R&D to improve the way you do things, or overcome a particular problem.

Qualifying for R&D tax

R&D isn’t just about creating new products and services. You may be innovating without even realising! Find out today if you qualify.

How is R&D Tax Relief Calculated?

We can help you identify all areas of R&D tax relief in your company. Projects don’t even have to be successful or completed to qualify as R&D!

Our R&D tax Credit Service

We offer a comprehensive end-to-end service to help you claim lucrative R&D tax relief, whether you’re a small, medium-sized or large organisation.

How Can TS Partners Help

We have an expert team of tax and accounting specialists, dedicated to who handling every aspect of your claim. Are you ready to get started?

Sectors

There’s huge scope for advancement across all sectors, with a massive budget to match. What eligible R&D activities is your business conducting?

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