Just in time for Christmas (on 14th December, according to the email we got from them), HMRC has published new software case studies that clarify its position on what does and doesn’t qualify as software R&D. Naturally, given that many of GrantTree’s clients develop software, this has been of specific interest to us. Here are my thoughts on what the case studies say, and what impact they might have.
Where would you find Uber, a hostage negotiator and Amazon’s Alexa all in the same place? No, not in some spooky futuristic standoff on a motorway. It’s #TBDconf, the annual gathering of futurists, journalists and tech experts that asks big questions about the future of technology, behaviour and data. T,B,D. There were some fascinating, insight-packed
HMRC allows you to apply for R&D Tax Credits up to two years after the end of the accounting period in which your R&D took place. You can do this even if you’ve already filed your corporate tax return. The R&D Tax Credits scheme is a government benefit that promotes UK innovation by offering tax
The £50 note is getting a makeover. Our largest denomination will be reprinted on the glossy, washing-machine-resistant polymer used for £5 and £10. It’s also getting a brand new figurehead, a new face to gaze thoughtfully up at us from our wallets. And by ‘our’, I mean ‘them’. Other people. The kind usually found with