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Building your business with R&D tax credits
Turning an innovative idea into reality costs money. But what if someone told you that you could recoup some of the costs incurred in building your business?
3 best practice steps for taking your business to the next level
Whether ‘taking your business to the next level’ means achieving growth, efficiency or stability, our latest blog has some tips to help you reach your goals.
Manufacturers hit by border delays since Brexit, study suggests
Make UK called on the Government to find an urgent solution to the problem, which it said has been caused by complex paperwork.
UK to avoid double-dip recession amid ‘brighter’ outlook, says think tank
The EY Item Club predicts the economy will now bounce back next year thanks to the vaccine rollout and Brexit deal.
No self-assessment late filing penalty for those who file online by February 28
Anyone who cannot file their return by January 31 will not receive a late filing penalty if they file online by February 28, HMRC said.
All about R&D in the construction sector
The construction sector is vital to the UK economy, contributing around £90bn a year and employing almost 3 million people. A lot of investment has been made over the last decade, with the sector becoming less risk-averse, adopting new technologies, techniques and ideas quicker than ever before.
Does your construction business qualify for this funding?
For HMRC, R&D is loosely defined as ‘the development of new products, processes and techniques, or the modification of existing ones’.
Sustainable materials shaping the future of construction
The Government has invested significantly in the sustainability agenda over the last 20 years, and the construction sector has not been exempted from the pressure to ‘go green’.