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.
Elsewhere, SEO guru Wai Hong Fong gives the lowdown on what ‘no follow’ tags are and how they can help your ranking, and mentor Michael Halligan ponders the common reasons behind ad campaign failures.
Oliver Milman, editor
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