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R&D Tax Credit Seminar Promises Technical Insight & Practical Advice

On Tuesday 22 May 2012, R&D tax credit specialists from leading accountants and business advisers Cowgill Holloway will be at the Manchester Airport Marriott Hotel, from 8am to host an R&D Tax Credit seminar with a difference.

Cowgill Holloway’s tax specialists will impart their extensive technical knowledge and provide practical tips on how companies can ensure they are claiming their full and proper entitlement under the R&D Tax Credit scheme.

This event will focus on the R&D Tax Credit scheme, offering practical advice that will assist companies in preparing and supporting claims under what is potentially a very valuable opportunity. With robust and fully supported claims, the credit can help companies make the levels of investment in R&D necessary to create long term, sustainable growth.

Paul Stansfield, Managing Partner at Cowgill Holloway said: “The seminar aims to provide a professional insight into R&D tax credits, and will demonstrate to SME’s the significant financial benefits which are there for the taking. What is clear is that some companies are still not claiming.  Over 8,500 SME’s are already claiming more than £1billion each year, but thousands aren’t, this seminar comes at an opportune time to help businesses make their claims.”

To qualify, companies need to satisfy a few criteria. Put simplistically; if your company undertakes R&D which demonstrates technological advances or appreciable improvement and new capabilities within your particular industry or sector, then you probably qualify. Cowgill Holloway has assisted companies of all sizes and across all industry sectors to reclaim in excess of £2million to date.

This event is free to attend, but registration is required. Visit www.cowgills.co.uk or email terri.green@cowgills.co.uk  for more information.


The information was correct at time of publishing but may now be out of date.

Posted by Paul Stansfield
24th April, 2012
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