R&D Tax Credits
We do the work. You get the credit. If you're solving problems, finding solutions or developing products, services or processes for your industry we can help you claim R&D Tax Credits to cover the cost.About R&D Tax Credits
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We'll help you realise what you're missing and turn your biggest ideas into real rewards.
In practical terms the scheme means you could be seeing a return of up to 26% of your qualifying costs. Discover how much you could claim back with our eligibility calculator.Claim Calculator
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If you're breaking through barriers and pushing back boundaries in your business, then you could be due Research and Development Tax Relief.
Our expert teams unearth the hidden value of your work.
HMRC needs to understand your vision. We speak their language.
We prepare and submit your claim – and back it up with rock-solid evidence.
We fight your corner until your claim’s paid.
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Too many businesses miss out on the tax relief their innovations earn them. We’ll track down all your qualifying projects, and stick with you through every step of the claims process. If you’re breaking down barriers and pushing back boundaries, talk to RIFT. We’ll make sure you always get the credit you deserve.
“RIFT have provided a very personal and engaging service by quickly understanding our business and any innovation tax credit opportunities, resulting in 2 very successful tax credit claims!”
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