techUK Announces New R&D Tax Credits Partner


The UK Government’s R&D Tax Relief schemes encourage and reward both SMEs and large companies for investing in innovation, potentially unlocking valuable additional cash for their business.

techUK’s chosen partner for the provision of R&D tax credits, and other R&D funding services is MSC R&D.

Established in 1990, MSC R&D provides expert technical knowledge of the R&D and innovation funding process to support technology companies throughout the whole innovation life cycle. It has raised over £180m for its R&D clients through a range of R&D and innovation support mechanisms.

MSC R&D’s Tax Credit service operates on a ‘fast-track’, team-based, paid-on-results basis, minimising the time and risk to its clients. Its technology focus, combined with its financial expertise, ensures that all claims are fully compliant with HMRC legislation and have robust supporting documentation.

The services MSC R&D can offer to techUK’s members also include Innovation grants, Innovation loans, R&D Capital Allowances and Patent Box.

MSC R&D’s expertise covers a broad range of technical market sectors, including ICT/TMT, Electronics, Energy, Advanced Manufacturing, Space, Transport and Health & Life Sciences.

MSC R&D has been a member of techUK for 12 years and achieved ISO 9001 status in 2015.

For further information on MSC R&D’s services, please visit their web site:
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