RDTaxCredit.org.uk are set to disrupt the tax credit market with new, innovative approach

RDTaxCredit.org.uk today announced the launch of their brand-new website, www.rdtaxcredit.org.uk. The research and development tax credit firm based in Manchester has created the website to service companies who may be eligible for R & D tax relief, with information for different sectors and company sizes.

RDTaxCredit.org.uk operates in all sectors that participate in research and development, including software development, engineering, health and technology. The new website includes key information about whether companies are eligible for the tax relief, the claims process and a knowledge bank for all sectors to browse.

In development is a R & D Tax Relief Calculator, where users can input their details and discover how much relief they are entitled to.

CEO, Samantha Holloway, said:

R & D Tax Relief advice is the only service we offer meaning we are specialists in the area. By utilising a laser guided focus on one speciality, it makes us highly knowledgeable and efficient.

This new website will propel us into new ground in providing clients an exceptional level of service.

Research and development tax credits are a UK tax incentive designed to encourage companies to invest in R & D. Companies across all sectors can reduce their tax bill or claim payable cash credits as a proportion of their R & D expenditure. The scheme was set up over 10 years ago for SMES and larger companies.

Company Information

RDTaxCredit.org.uk are a boutique research and development tax relief practice with the ability to serve clients throughout the whole of the UK. With offices in Manchester, their expert claim advisers are committed to quality and transparency.

For more information contact Samantha Holloway on 0161 531 51 52 or by email info@rdtaxcredit.org.uk

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Media Contact:

Samantha Holloway
RDTaxCredit.org.uk – Trading Style of Copious Limited
Southbank, Worsley, Manchester M28 2NU
Phone Number – 0161 531 51 52
info@rdtaxcredit.org.uk

 

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