R&D Tax Credits with TBAT Innovation

Organiser: The Institute for Aerospace Technology

Venue: Virtual

Address:

Date & Time: 9 Feb 2022 - 10:00 am-11:00 am

In this 1-hour educational webinar, TBAT Innovation will highlight the key criteria for companies making a successful R&D Tax Credits claim.

About this event

In this 1-hour educational webinar, Senior Consultant, Ian Davie and Business Development Executive, Esther Lawrence from TBAT Innovation, will highlight the key criteria for companies making a successful R&D Tax Credits claim.

Stan Payne, Technology Manager from the Midlands Aerospace Alliance, will also talk through how SME’s can be supported through the Aerospace Unlocking Potential programme.

 

R&D Tax Credits are a HMRC incentive, designed to inspire innovation within UK businesses, by rewarding them with a percentage of their expenditure as either Corporation Tax relief or a cash-repayment.

 

Many businesses are either unaware of their eligibility for the R&D Tax scheme or are under-claiming due to complex guidelines. As R&D Tax Specialists, TBAT aim to help as many businesses as possible realise that making a claim is hugely beneficial and to maximise every client’s claims.

 

We will cover:

• What are R&D Tax Credits

• Eligibility criteria for SME’s and Large Enterprises

• The benefits of making a claim

• Worked examples of claim value

• Key legislation to be aware of

• HMRC enquiry information

• Any questions you may have

 

Following this webinar, Ian & Esther will be available to continue chatting on a one-to-one basis, should you have any specific questions or would like to discuss R&D Tax further.

 

 

 

About TBAT Innovation:

TBAT Innovation Ltd are a value-led independent consultancy with over 19 years’ experience working with technology & research and development organisations all over the UK to fund their innovation. Their innovation support services include; Grant Funding, R&D Tax Credits, Video Game Tax Relief, Capital Allowances, SEIS/EIS and Patent Box.

 

Ian Davie

Ian Davie joined TBAT in 2016 as a Senior Consultant for the R&D Tax Credit Team. Ian began his career with Rolls-Royce as a Manufacturing Engineer and later spent 8 years at Pera Consulting working on the Manufacturing Advisory Service (MAS). Ian has vast experience working with Manufacturing businesses to review and suggest improvements for strategy, productivity, supply chains and innovation and now spends his time encouraging businesses to integrate R&D Tax into their funding strategy.

Esther Lawrence

Esther joined TBAT in May 2021 having spent 25 years working in technology sales helping take products and services to market. She has worked with start-ups, manufacturers, distributors, and Go-to-markets specialist. She has witnessed first-hand the struggles companies go through to gain funding to develop and innovate their new tech and services, which is why she was excited to be part of the TBAT team to helping guide innovative organisations through the R&D funding landscape.

 

Aerospace UP

 

As a pan-Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) project, Aerospace UP is available to SMEs in 8 Midlands LEP areas:

 

• Black Country

 

• Coventry and Warwickshire

 

• Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire

 

• Greater Birmingham and Solihull

 

• Greater Lincolnshire

 

• Leicester and Leicestershire

 

• South East Midlands

 

• Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire

 

 

State Aid

 

This event is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund 2014-2020. This event is classed as State Aid under De Minimis to participating businesses but is delivered completely free of charge. For more information about the programme, please visit the Aerospace Unlocking Potential website.

 

 

Contact

 

If you have any questions about the event or the programme, please contact [email protected]

 

 

Privacy Information

 

Your consent to sharing data with the University of Nottingham is required to be able to attend this event.

 

Your data will also be used to comply with the reporting and monitoring requirements of our funders, the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

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