R&D Tax Relief Update
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R&D Tax Relief Update

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    1h 30m

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Overview

CIMA Ireland is delighted to welcome Caroline Keenan, Tax Partner and Cathy Kennedy, Associate Director from ASM Belfast, to discuss R&D Tax Relief with our membership.

They will begin with a quick refresher on the basic rules and guidance before delving into recent changes within HMRC, the shifting landscape as regards R&D claims, and how to make sure your Company is claiming the most R&D Tax Relief possible, whilst also ensuring strict adherence to the legislation and building a strong evidence base in the event of a potential enquiry.

• Introduction • Definition of R&D for tax purposes • SME scheme versus Large scheme and interaction of grants • Qualifying activities • Qualifying Costs • Recent changes in approach by HMRC • What have we learned from recent HMRC enquiries • How to help Company build strong evidential base and the importance of Real Time Analysis • Danger areas when completing an R&D Tax Relief claim • Conclusion

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Programme outline

CIMA Ireland is delighted to welcome Caroline Keenan, Tax Partner and Cathy Kennedy, Associate Director from ASM Belfast, to discuss R&D Tax Relief with our membership.

They will begin with a quick refresher on the basic rules and guidance before delving into recent changes within HMRC, the shifting landscape as regards R&D claims, and how to make sure your Company is claiming the most R&D Tax Relief possible, whilst also ensuring strict adherence to the legislation and building a strong evidence base in the event of a potential enquiry.

• Introduction • Definition of R&D for tax purposes • SME scheme versus Large scheme and interaction of grants • Qualifying activities • Qualifying Costs • Recent changes in approach by HMRC • What have we learned from recent HMRC enquiries • How to help Company build strong evidential base and the importance of Real Time Analysis • Danger areas when completing an R&D Tax Relief claim • Conclusion