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When it comes to putting together an accurate, fully optimised R&D Tax Credit claim, you’ll need a trusted, competent R&D consultancy on your side.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has laid out his economic plans for the next twelve months with a range of additional business support measures.
Myriad Associates welcomes Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Spring Budget as it recognises the importance of R&D in the country’s efforts to bounce back from the pandemic.
Materials and fabrications manufacturing is a breeding ground for innovative research and development - perfect for claiming R&D Tax Credits.
R&D Tax Credits can still be claimed despite previous state funding. However, the amount and type of claim you can make may be impacted.
Could your company benefit from R&D Tax Credits? See if your latest projects and costs are eligible.
Speaking at the Pioneers of Change Summit last year, VoIP creator Marian Croak examines what entrepreneurship really entails.
With 2020 over with, now is the perfect time to make some New Year’s resolutions for your small business.
RDAs (also called R&D Capital Allowances) mean that companies can write down their R&D spending on fixed assets relating to R&D.
The RDEC scheme is the mechanism by which larger companies (and some smaller ones) can claim R&D tax relief. Find out more,
Two government reports have now been published that look into the effectiveness of the RDEC and SME branches of the R&D Tax Credits scheme.
Today the government has announced an update to an element of the SME R&D Scheme for accounting periods which commence on or after 1 April 2021.
Large R&D projects can bring about substantial funding for your next big innovative idea. Don’t go it alone.
More and more companies are benefitting from lucrative R&D Tax Credits claims, especially in southern regions. Is yours missing out?
The technical report sits at the heart of your R&D Tax Credits application - make sure you’re clear about how it’s done.
How do you know which employees should have an input into your R&D Tax Credits claim? Who is “competent”? Here we help you decide.
The UK gaming sector has gone from strength to strength in recent years and there’s a range of funding supports available.
These statistics provide information about Research and Development Tax Credits, their cost, and the nature of the companies claiming them.
R&D investment is essential if a company is to grow and compete. But what exactly are the benefits and why is it so important. Read on.
Many people won’t be familiar with the term “innovation funnel”. But the concept is actually very simple - and effective.
The Women in Innovation Awards 2020/21 is now open. See how you can get your hands on an exciting innovation grant worth £50,000.
HMRC have published their latest guidance on how businesses should calculate their furloughed staffing costs in relation to R&D Tax Credits.
Make sure you maximise any government funding during the COVID-19 pandemic by combining it with R&D Tax Credits. Find out more.
The months have flown by since the UK officially left the EU. But with the transition period soon ending there’s still plenty of uncertainty.
Financial assistance schemes for UK businesses during the COVID-19 crisis are updated regularly. Get the latest.
Here we look at R&D Tax Credits in relation to SMEs specifically. Make sure your innovative small or medium sized enterprise doesn’t miss out.
The government has now launched its R&D Roadmap, highlighting the importance of innovative UK scientific work and how it will be supported.
With a cool 70 robots now working within our healthcare sector, we take a closer look at what amazing technologies are on the way.
The R&D Tax Credits scheme continues to be a valuable funding mechanism alongside the broad range of COVID-19 government funding measures recently put in place.
Recent information released by the Office for National Statistics shows the scale of the impact COVID-19 has had on UK businesses.
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