Insight
The HMRC definition of R&D spans many industries & many sectors and, at Innovation Tax, we like to think we have most of the bases covered. Our case study series focuses on each of these in turn, highlighting the main areas of compliance and letting some of our clients feedback on their experiences of the claiming process.
Food and drink case study
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Which Food & Beverage activities qualify for R&D Tax Credits?

The Food & Beverage industry is the UK’s largest manufacturing sector (larger than Automotive and Aerospace combined), contributing £31.1bn to the annual economy a...

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Construction
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Which Construction activities qualify for R&D Tax Credits?

With over 325,000 registered firms operating within the sector, the construction industry generates around £120bn, or 6% of GDP, to the UK economy according to House o...

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Which software development activities qualify for R&D Tax Credits?

Software technology is advancing at an ever-increasing rate as the need for people, businesses and – ultimately - data to be connected to each other becomes more imper...

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services R&D
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How do R&D Tax Credits impact the Engineering sector?

  The UK engineering sector is awash with innovative activity, with companies constantly investing in ground-breaking methodologies to overcome a wide range of...

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How can R&D Tax Credits help the Agricultural sector?

  The agricultural and horticultural sectors are continuously evolving, with many companies striving to increase efficiency, reduce wastage and improve new and...

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