Read how Jumpstart helped Adam Pritchard scale up his Shopit Commerce platform using the opportunity created by R&D tax credits.
Edinburgh-based tax specialist Jumpstart has urged firms in Scotland to seize the opportunities arising from decommissioning in the North Sea.
Search engine optimisation and pay per click campaigns are nowadays core elements in the marketing mix. However SEO and digital agencies may be unaware that they can claim tax relief for their work in some cases.
An East Yorkshire manufacturer of farming disinfectants has cleaned up more than £20,000 to plough back into research thanks to Jumpstart R&D Tax Credit experts.
Jumpstart has helped its clients to reclaim nearly £100m in research and development tax relief and is now preparing to aid its customers in raising finance too. BQ Scotland editor Peter Ranscombe catches up with the consultancy’s managing director, Brian Williamson, to find out more.
Today’s e-commerce systems mean that almost anyone can sell online - yet setting up and maintaining a large e-commerce operation is still a costly and complex job. Big online stores can throw up huge technical challenges, yet web developers are often unaware that they may be able to claim tax relief on such projects.
Jumpstart, the UK’s leading R&D tax relief firm, has welcomed the Prime Minister’s focus on investing in the UK’s R&D capabilities in the government’s Industrial Strategy.
Website developers may appear to have little in common with scientists – yet some of the more complex sites can officially be classed as research and development projects, which means that developers can claim tax relief for the work.
Delighted to announce that Wendy Smith and Ian Wolfendale, Client Engagement Managers at Jumpstart, have been appointed Joint Chairs of the committee responsible for the Advanced Manufacturing Sector group in Greater Manchester.
SMEs in the Liverpool city region are missing out on millions of pounds in R&D tax credits.
Ah, yes, January – that time of year when hopeful joggers bloom like algae, post-Christmas bank accounts are incredulously checked, and companies draw up their cunning plans and make predictions for the coming year.
Companies in some regions of the UK are losing out on millions of pounds of R&D tax savings every year, a new study reveals.
Leading independent accountancy firm Campbell Dallas has added Jumpstart, the R&D tax credit specialist, to the firm’s portfolio of third party ‘Best of Breed’ suppliers of specialist business services.
Were our predictions for 2016 bang on the money, or like a broken drone did we fly wide of the mark?
Yorkshire businesses could be missing out on vital cash aid for research and development according to one of the UK’s leading R&D tax relief firms, Jumpstart
R&D is critical for most innovation and growth.
Companies that reformulate products ahead of the sugar tax may benefit from R&D tax credits, Jumpstart has advised.
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The Prime Minister recently pledged to boost the Government’s investment in R&D by an extra £2bn a year as a way to ensure “post-Brexit Britain is at the cutting edge of science and tech” – a long-term vision which is something we at Jumpstart wholeheartedly welcome.
Jumpstart helps assist Aberdeen companies re-invest in their own future.