If you're advising small businesses in any capacity, there's a lot RIFT R&D can do to help you add value to your service and enhance relationships with your clients. R&D Tax Credits are the biggest and most misunderstood incentive scheme out there, so whatever field your clients are in there's a good chance they're not getting full credit for their innovations.
With just 4% of eligible businesses making the R&D tax credit claims they're entitled to, thousands of them are missing out on an average of £49,000. Either they don't believe the scheme could apply to them, or they simply don’t know about it. RIFT R&D is determined to make sure that credit is always given where it's due, and we're teaming up with advisors of every kind to make sure that happens.
By referring your clients to us, we can:
Quickly and reliably work out if they have a claim.
Unearth every qualifying project and cost.
Build your clients' claim for you to present to HMRC.
Fight your clients' corner until their claims are approved.
Offer ongoing help, advice and support for future claims.
Few outside the very specialised arena of R&D Tax Relief have the in-house knowledge and expertise it takes to successfully steer their clients through a full claim. Some might simply need guidance in the rules and principles, while others might ask for a full, hands-on service from start to finish. However much help you and your clients might need, RIFT R&D is the expert sidekick your team's been missing.
Together, we can:
Add a new and powerful string to your professional bow.
Unlock the real hidden value of your clients' innovations.
Ensure your client receives the full credit they deserve.
Once a client's claim has been approved and we are in receipt of our fee, we'll pay you a referral percentage. Many advisors are already building their relationships with clients by referring them to RIFT Research and Development for their R&D Tax Credit claims.
Eligible Research and Development activity is part of the day-to-day life of so many companies, and RIFT R&D works to ensure the resources involved are not unknowingly disregarded as "just the cost of staying in business" or "day-to-day problem solving".
Introducer Case Studies
Stuart D. Wood, Director, Woodshires Business Solutions
"Woodshires Business Solutions offer multiple specialist tax solutions to assist our clients reduce their tax liability. We have a number of preferred partners which carry out the work for us of which RIFT is one. Over the past 18 months or so they have assisted our clients with Capital Allowances and Research & Development Tax Credit reports and claims.
"Both ourselves and our clients have been very impressed with how RIFT have handled all the reports and claims. They have been very efficient and work positively with HMRC to meet our client’s needs. The reports and values found have been in the higher end of our expectations and have never resulted in any HMRC issues."
"We will be working more with RIFT in the future as they grow their products and services."
Marc Hirst, Business Development Manager, Bibby Factors Limited
"I am happy to continue to recommend RIFT to any new contacts and indeed, have trusted RIFT to support several of my new clients already this year."
"Their additional knowledge of the asset based lending market is excellent and we share the same passion for looking after our clients and supporting them throughout their relationship with our businesses. I have had great feedback on the referrals passed to RIFT to date and look forward to them being able to give our clients the specialist guidance they need in terms of HMRC and R&D allowances."
RIFT R&D has intuitive technical specialists and a great, long-term relationship with HMRC. We speak your language and theirs, and we've never had a client's claim rejected.
Call us on 01233 653008 or contact us today and get RIFT R&D on your team.
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