• Why Jumpstart?

    Making a claim can be a complex and technical process, one that if managed correctly enables you to maximise the value and accuracy. With more technical industry specialists than any other company, combined with our dedicated client services and support team, we will help you to achieve this whilst minimising the time, risk and complexity for you and your business.

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  • What are R&D tax credits?

    Introduced in 2000, R&D tax credits are the government’s way of encouraging innovation in the UK by providing tax relief for companies carrying out R&D. The aim is to reward those companies contributing to advancements in science and technology and, in doing so, helping the UK become a world leader in innovation.

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  • Who is eligible?

    Any UK Limited company that is carrying out R&D may be eligible for R&D tax credits. You’d be surprised at the range of sectors our clients come from; you don’t have to wear a lab coat to work to be doing R&D.

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Why Jumpstart?

Find out why you should be working with the UK’s leading R&D tax credit expert.

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How can you benefit?

R&D tax credits have provided a helping hand to many companies. Find out how they could help you.

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