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What to expect

The late American political theorist Benjamin Franklin famously said that “nothing in this world can be said to be certain except death and taxes” and while it is true that we can’t eliminate either, we can moderate them. That’s why we have produced this straightforward guide to the UK government’s research and development (R&D) tax credit scheme.

The guide explains in simple terms the principles of R&D tax credits, demystifies some of the uncertainties that exist around the scheme and includes examples of successful claims by civil engineering businesses operating in the railway sector.

Since the age of Brunel, the railways have been central to the success of the economy and the government is keen to ensure that British engineering leads global innovation.

Tim Fitch, Director and co-founder
Invennt

Revealed in the guide

The types of activity eligible under the scheme.

The differences between large businesses and SMEs

A tried and tested process to identify innovation

The components of a submission to HMRC

The secrets to making a successful claim

The outcomes for businesses taking advantage of the scheme

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Get the inside track on R&D for railway engineers and contractors. Dispel the myths about the scheme and find out what activities qualify for civil engineering businesses operating in the railway sector.

Rail guide

Whatever the size or type of your business, you may be surprised by your eligibility for R&D tax credits.To find out more, download your free copy of the guide by completing the form below.

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