Rewarding Innovation – R&D Seminar

Event - 14/10/2014

Dodd & Co have invited the IPO and HMRC to come and speak at an R& D ‘Rewarding Innovation’ seminar at Energus, Lilyhall, Workington on Tuesday 14 October from 12.30pm to take a practical look at how tax reliefs for innovation can help companies develop and grow.

R&D does not just take place in laboratories.  Innovative work and problem-solving happens in many other industries such as, electronics, construction, logistics, engineering, computer software and new media.

Seminar Details:

You might be missing out on valuable tax credits and refunds.  You don’t want that, Dodd & Co don’t want that, and crucially – neither does the tax man (or woman)!

The aim of this seminar is to explain how R&D tax relief works and how it can help your business. Crucially, you’ll hear this information directly from HM Revenue & Customs! Our speakers will also explain how to protect your ideas and how to reduce your tax bill if you use patents in your business.

Schedule:                                           

12.30pm – 1.30pm Registration and Lunch

1.30pm – 3pm

  • Introduction (Jeanette Brown, Dodd & Co)
  • Protecting your Ideas (Gary Townley, IPO)
  • What is R&D Tax Relief? What Qualifies and How to Claim (Kathryn Carty, HMRC)

3pm – 3.15pm Coffee Break

3.15pm – 4.30pm 

  • Patent Box Tax Relief (Andy Bostock, HMRC)
  • Working Through the Numbers – What does R&D Tax Relief Mean in Cash Terms? (Kathryn Brown, Dodd & Co)
  • Questions (Jeanette Brown, Dodd & Co)

Click here for further information or to book your place please email your details to: shardia.sahib@doddaccountants.co.uk or telephone the Carlisle office on 01228 530913.

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