Sectors

Sectors

We specialise in the following sectors

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The aerospace industry is a very diverse and innovative sector covering many aspects such as manufacturing, research, design and production. Despite all this activity many aviation companies fail to check how much of this is eligible for R&D Tax Relief and miss out on large rebates that they are entitled to from HMRC.
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Many people wrongly believe that R&D is only carried out by scientists in laboratories and are missing out on valuable tax incentives. Claims submitted by the agricultural industry is way below the national average. In 2017 less than 1% of the total R&D tax credit claims submitted by UK businesses came from the agricultural sector.
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Working with the latest designs and using new materials and always being looked upon to find innovative solutions to technical and structural problems, makes the architecture industry extremely innovative. Despite all that a large number of architectural companies are still not claiming their entitled tax relief.
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For the construction industry, it’s estimated that eligible R&D could be worth over £1 billion in tax credits annually. There is a huge amount of R&D in the sector, but the industry’s culture is holding companies back from claiming. Read on to find out more as to why looking into R&D for your construction firm is worth your while.
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Electrical contractors are doing R&D on a daily basis. However, they don’t realise it qualifies for tax relief because it’s not directly labeled as R&D. Any activity that involves providing a solution, advancing technology or making appreciable improvements can qualify. We have the expertise to help identify what is considered eligible.
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Companies are always looking for new innovative ways to increase performance, productivity and efficiency without impacting the environment. The processes involved in developing environmentally friendly products is highly cost driven and labour intensive. Companies involved in these activities would greatly benefit from R&D tax relief.
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The food and drink sector is an ever evolving industry. With consumer demands ever changing, more products are being developed to accommodate the market. With more awareness of allergies and healthy eating, the food and drink market continues to be inventive to stay ahead. We can help you identify all R&D spending associated with being in a challenging and inventive sector.
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The manufacturing industry contributes massively to UK growth. HMRC reveals that manufacturers are leading the way when it comes to claiming R&D tax relief. We have a sophisticated understanding of R&D tax credits, which means we know exactly who to talk to and what questions to ask. All you need to do is provide us with access to the relevant people and departments in your business and we'll do the rest.
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In engineering firms, eligible R&D can include anything from updating safety processes to developing a new technique, and a wide range of other activities in between. We have the expertise to help identify what is considered eligible. Read on to find out more about R&D tax relief and as to why looking into R&D for your mechanical engineering firm is worth your while.
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The hospitality sector is a very competitive and challenging environment. Many spent money on developing new products, services or processes to stay competitive. It is also a sector that fails to recognise that many of those activities are considered eligible for R&D Tax relief. A huge missed opportunity as the amount of tax relief on offer could make an impactful difference to a company’s future.
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The extend of research and development undertaken in the healthcare and scientific sector is one of the most extensive in any given industry. Because medical development stems from scientific research, the activities involved qualifies for R&D tax relief in the majority of cases. Unfortunately, there are still companies in this sector that fail to look into this and benefit from the initiative that is on offer.
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The software sector is a fast growing, constantly changing industry and high on the list when it comes to technological advancements. If you are a software consultancy business or you are a company that outsource your software development needs, it is worth looking into R&D Tax Relief and whether this is applicable to your software activities.