As part of York Business Festival, this free talk with Leyton will include an introduction to the R&D Tax Credit initiative, and discuss how manufacturers and energy intensive industries can reduce their energy bill through exemptions and making the most of capital allowances.
What does the programme deliver?
The expert teams at Leyton help improve business performance by simplifying access to a wide range
of complex financial incentives including R&D Tax Credits, Research and Development
Allowances, Capital Allowances, Energy Tax Reliefs, Patent Box, Grants, Land Remediation
Relief and Creative Industries Tax Reliefs.
The R&D Tax Credits scheme allows businesses in the engineering industry to reduce their corporate tax bill or receive a tax refund based on a proportion of their R&D expenditure. The scheme can be used by any limited
company that is liable for corporation tax in the UK and meets the necessary R&D criteria; it can even be used on unsuccessful projects. The work that qualifies for R&D tax relief must be part of a specific project which aims to make an advance in its field.
If you are developing a new process, a new product or
service, or perhaps even improving an existing one, R&D Tax
Credits provide an often vital cash injection for businesses.
Since 2010, Leyton have helped thousands of clients successfully
claim more than £1 billion in R&D tax relief.
Date and Venue
This event will take place on Thursday 10th November, with venue and timing details to be confirmed shortly.
About the provider
Leyton is an international consulting firm that helps businesses leverage financial incentives to accelerate their growth and achieve long-lasting performance. Their consultants simplify access to complex incentives. Combined teams of highly skilled Tax and Technical specialists enhanced with cutting-edge digital tools maximise the financial and non-dilutive benefit for all types of businesses and organisations. With compliance always front of mind, Leyton have been delivering optimal services for our clients for 24 years. This provides peace of mind that you will always receive the maximum benefit, without taking risks’
The talk will be delivered by Benjamin Sayer and Matthew Davidson. Matthew is the Head of Business Development in Manchester and has been with the company for 2 and a half years. Benjmain is the the Business Development Manager for Yorkshire/Humberside and the North East and has 3 years of experience within the financial services market.
Places are limited, so please register your interest early to avoid disappointment.
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