Situations similar to the following examples and scenarios exist in many manufacturing organisations, but few are fully claimed for R&D Tax Credits. Don't miss out on your reward for technical activities that are a necessity to your business.
- A manufacturer producing metal formed parts had not considered that their process and tooling development costs could be eligible for R&D tax credits. The resulting claim for staff time and materials covered the cost of the prototype tooling.
- A developer of OEM equipment had not considered that many of their initially developed processing machines were effectively prototypes and consequently the effort to create these machines and in some instances the machines themselves could be eligible.
- A manufacturer of intricate injection moulded components had not considered that a significant amount of both their product and tooling development was eligible activity. In addition the link between product and process development increases the percentage of eligible activity.
- A vehicle developer had not appreciated that not only was their new model and model upgrade development was eligible, but also that their new prototype/ development facility was eligible for 100% first year capital deduction due to its R&D use.
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