Complimentary members’ R&D Tax Credit clinics for finance, technical & other colleagues across industry who should understand this key support for companies engaged in Research, Development & Innovation.
To reflect the new way of working, we have restructured our popular R&D Tax Credit clinics for the time being, moving them online. On this occasion we’ll be working with KPMG and the following two options are available to you:
1. R&D Tax Credit Clinic
Tuesday, 18th May, 9.30 – 11am (members exclusive)
This clinic will assume a basic knowledge of the R&D Tax Credit Scheme, thereby allowing time to focus on content most important to claimants across the three key areas of – Scientific Technical, Tax/Financial, Evidence/Governance and Revenue audits and enquires. It will also include the latest updates on the Revenue Guidelines.
The webinar will be a maximum of 90 minutes in duration, including presentation and time for audience Q&A.
2. One to Ones
For any company who would like to discuss R&D Tax Credits in more detail with the KPMG team, individual 20-minute time slots can be booked. A maximum of 10 of these are available, and they should be booked separately by emailing Mary Byrne (email@example.com) to request one.
R&D Tax Credits – overview
Supporting an R&D Tax Credit should not be a retrospective exercise. Having access to complete, up-to-date and accurate information on the two key tests – the science test and the accounting test – is critical. The implementation of systems and procedures for the capturing of relevant supporting documentation further strengthens your claim.
- These clinics exclusively for members are aimed at those responsible for managing and recording R&D activity for the purposes of claiming Tax Credits.
- They are suited to those in Finance and in the Technical functions – all parties to a tax credit claim. The goal is to help companies become more independent in the management of claims, and to be fully prepared so as to defend the claim in the event of audit.
- Facilitated by KPMG on this occasion, highly experienced practitioners in R&D tax incentives
- Specific and detailed best practice overview
- The most up to date Revenue Guidelines including the recent announcement with regards to R&D Tax Credit payments in the context of the Covid-19 crisis
- Detailed discussion and Q&A
- Aimed at both scientific/engineering people and those working in finance related roles, i.e. relevant to all those responsible for managing, recording and claiming the credits
- An opportunity to understand the R&D Tax Credit Scheme in detail
- Advice on managing documentation and dealing with audit situations
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
CPD hours will be available for attendees who would like to avail of same
Please contact Mary Byrne with any queries about this event.