Wednesday 6 April
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Your business could be eligible for a research and development tax windfall. The trouble is, you’re probably not aware of it.
Often considered the preserve of lab coat-wearing brainiacs, R&D is, in fact, defined as the trialling of an innovative practice that involves an inherent risk of failure.
As tax expert Greg Hayes explains today, that definition could cover your start-up. With the deadline for applications looming, read his timely piece to find out if you could be in line for a welcome break from the taxman.
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Oliver Milman, editor
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