When people think about research and development (R&D), they tend to conjure up images of scientists and techies. This is one of the many reasons why businesses across multiple industries still don’t believe they qualify for the government’s R&D tax credits scheme and its lucrative rewards.
With the science and technology sector, those visions are more on point. If businesses in the most obscure sectors are making big tax credit claims, then think how much claim potential there is for companies, just like yours, in the world of science and tech.
Despite the government readily awarding companies for their advancements in science and tech, too many are still drastically underclaiming — or aren’t even claiming at all.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown the importance of science and innovation. British researchers have been at the forefront of the global effort to find a vaccine and are working hard on a route back to normality.
In a bid to rebuild our economy in a post-pandemic world, the Prime Minister has vowed to turn the UK into a “scientific superpower”.
The pandemic has presented the most significant disruption to our lives and livelihoods for a generation. Yet the government believes this is an opportunity for great reinvention by embracing the power of science, research and innovation — and the key is R&D.
In a future that’s greener, safer, healthier and more resilient than ever before, it’s time for you to get the rewards you truly deserve.