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R&D Tax Credits – Seminar 12 July 2016

What you really need to know about R&D tax credits with Jon Kicks and Victoria Tunaley, Magma Chartered Accountants and Mark Glenister, JPP Law LLP

The R&D tax credit scheme is a HMRC incentive designed to encourage innovation and increased spending on Reasearch and Development activities by companies operating in the UK.

R&D tax credits enable companies that incur costs in developing new products, processes or services to receive a cash payment or tax deduction.

The average annual claim for an SME claimant, across the UK, is over £46,000. R&D tax credits can therefore be an incredibly valuable source of funding for many businesses.

To find out more about R&D tax credits including eligibility, what costs qualify for R&D tax relief and how to make a claim, register your place.

Who should attend

The event will be aimed at both SMEs and researchers with industrial clients that wish to gain a fuller understanding of this funding mechanism.


Lecture Room 1, Vincent Building, Cranfield University, MK43 0AL



08.30 am – Coffee and refreshments

09.00 am – Seminar start

10.30 am – Seminar close & Networking


To book please email Michelle Everitt at: researchoffice@cranfield.ac.uk


This event is being delivered by Cranfield University in partnership with Cranfield University Technology Park and Velocity Growth Hub.