Independent R&D Tax Credits specialist Luvo Financial, has developed a new package of offers designed to help support businesses across the UK facing cashflow worries and challenges as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Claiming R&D Tax Credits represents a genuine and welcome way that eligible organisations can boost cash flow during the current Coronavirus pandemic lockdown. Ian Batkin updates on the current options and situation.
The situation surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19) is clearly fast-moving, but we wanted to assure all of our clients and contacts that Luvo Financial has robust business continuity and contingency plans in place so we can continue to provide support and undertake our...
the features and measures of the Budget 2020 regarding R&D Tax Credits
Righting the wrongs: dispelling the 10 popular myths and misconceptions about R&D Tax Credits
What’s in store for R&D Tax in 2020? Further encouragement for eligible companies to take steps to claim R&D Tax Credits and not continue to leave this legitimate and worthwhile tax saving on the HMRC table.
Innovative SMEs that are investing in research and development stand to reclaim an average of £50,000 according to new figures from HMRC.
If a company is carrying out R&D, it may be eligible to claim R&D Tax Credits through one of two schemes: the SME (Small-Medium Enterprise) scheme, and/or the large company Research and Development Enhanced Credit (RDEC) scheme. But what is the difference? In...
The R&D tax specialists at Luvo Financial explain exactly what counts as R&D
In the 2018 Budget, the government proposed a cap on R&D Tax Credits for SMEs, with plans for it to come into effect for accounting periods commencing on or after 1 April 2020. Ian Batkin, one of our founding partners and R&D tax specialists, explains all you...