Why choosing the right tax advisor can boost your success when claiming R&D Tax Reliefs

Claiming tax credits of any kind can be an arduous process if you’re going it alone; and with all the myths circulating about R&D Tax Reliefs, knowing where to begin a claim – or even if you’re eligible – can be a daunting prospect.

That’s why finding the right tax consultant can make the difference between success and failure. A good tax advisor will bring their in-depth knowledge of the claims process to the table. But a great tax consultant will recognise that you, the business owner (and your team), undoubtedly know your organisation and your industry better than they ever could – and they’ll find the right people in your business to talk to in order to maximise your claim.

So what makes Wilson Partners a great tax advisor for your business?

Our team of tax consultants have an excellent record when it comes to negotiating with HMRC. Thanks to our hands-on knowledge, we have a 100% success rate on all claims to date. That adds up to more than £3.2million in R&D tax savings for our clients so far – and that number is growing every day.

Part of what makes us successful in our R&D tax relief claims is that, unlike many other accountancy firms, we don’t delegate to junior members. Our clients receive director-level expertise and involvement across the project. We also pride ourselves on building long-term, supportive relationships with our clients – so continuing to get the best possible outcome for our customers is extremely important to us.

For all our clients’ successes, we know that cost is still a crucial factor, particularly for small businesses or start-ups. That’s why we can offer competitive – and flexible – pricing, on a fixed or contingent basis. Get in touch with our team today for more information.

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