Profiting from innovation
Help your innovative business to maximise the potential of the Government's Research & Development (R&D) and Patent Box initiatives by learning about the benefits the regime offers.
Research & Development
R&D tax reliefs were introduced in 2000. They provide tax incentives to companies to invest in innovation. Claimants obtain enhanced tax relief for qualifying expenditure and in certain circumstances can claim tax repayments from HMRC.
The Patent Box regime, introduced in April last year, is a new form of tax relief that reduces the Corporation Tax rate on profits attributed to patented products to just 10%, giving companies a new incentive to protect their innovations and commercialise their patents.
All UK companies that develop new products or processes should consider whether these tax savings could be of benefit to them. Baker Tilly and Adamson Jones is hosting this free seminar in order to raise awareness of these reliefs, and help businesses identify and unlock tax savings.
Date & time: Tuesday 4 March 2014, 8.00am - 9.30am
Venue: The Poynt, 45 Wollaton Street, Nottingham, NG1 5FW
For more information about the event programme and speakers please click here.
To register please email your full name, company name and dietary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org