The Tech sector is experiencing exponential change at lightning speed and complexity is a day-to-day challenge for companies. But did you know that resolving many of the technical challenges qualifies as R&D from a tax perspective and means that you are most likely eligible for generous tax relief?
If your business is involved with any of the following areas then, if you’re not already claiming R&D tax relief, it’s likely you should be. We have clients who already are.
- Cloud computing
- Systems integration
- Software development
- Game development
- Hardware design
- Digital marketing
- Information technology
- IT infrastructure
- IT services
We’re Tech experts and really understand your business
We’re not just tax & accounting professionals…only a software or technology specialist will truly understand your business and projects well enough to identify all eligible expenditure and maximise your R&D tax relief claim. That’s why we have a team of tech specialists who have worked in the sector and are able to have peer to peer conversations with your team and understand where the innovation is.
What counts as R&D?
Projects that may qualify for R&D tax relief include:
- Complex business processes & programme logic
- Performance optimisation
- Responsive web apps
- Data quality
- Reverse engineering
- High Performance Computing
- Statistical modelling & programming
- Legacy migration
- System integration
- Communication protocols
Why choose Ayming?
- We’ll optimise your claim value, having increased clients’ historic claims by as much as 6 times
- We’ll do the legwork and streamline your processes to ensure minimum impact on your team’s time and resources
- We’ll ensure that your claims are low-risk and robust, safeguarding against any enquiries from HMRC
- We’ve claimed over £300m of R&D tax credits for our UK clients to date
- We have a specialist tech team which understands your business to identify qualifying projects
- We have a 100% claim acceptance rate, with a claim value acceptance rate of over 98%
- Over 15,000 R&D projects analysed worldwide every year