Why Choose RIFT R&D?
The RIFT Group is a family business, established in Kent in 1999. We work with individuals and businesses, providing services that deliver business tax credits and personal tax benefits. Working collaboratively with HMRC, we've continued to diversify our expertise and grow a reputation for excellence in Research & Development Tax Credits.
Our track record.
Our consultants have a great track record in R&D tax credit claims, and we're as excited about your projects as you are. We're here to guide you through the process of identifying and making your claims with:
- Friendly, expert and jargon-free advice.
- Support every step of the way.
- Minimum hassle.
We work closely with you to help you get to grips with R&D tax credits. If you have a claim, we make sure you get the most out of it, whether in tax refunds or cash payments. Our clients think of us as more than just a paid service, and we're proud that our dedication and expertise make us a vital part of their teams.
Research and Development tax credits are helping thousands of companies to innovate, but too many businesses still don't realise that they even qualify.
RIFT R&D specialise in making innovation pay, use our calculator to get a quick estimate of how much you could claim.
“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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