R&D Tax Credits are a very niche part of the UK tax code that could
bring your company thousands of pounds in tax relief.
Why choose randd?
What truly differentiates randd are our highly experienced consultants who have an unrivalled breadth and depth of senior level experience covering wide ranging industry sectors. This gives them expertise to identify what claimants themselves may not recognise as eligible, and in many cases, what other Research and Development Tax Credits Specialist consultancies or accountants won’t see or even be looking for.
At randd, our experienced team have filed over 3,700 cases since inception with a 100% success rate. R&D Tax Credits are a fantastic UK Government incentive, and we are thrilled to help reward our clients with funds that help their businesses to grow and push innovation.
We use our efficient service to maximise the claim size and get the best returns possible for our clients. Our specialist team are there every step of the process and work with HRMC so our clients can use their time to focus on their business, not the claim.
Creating additional value
Our proven track record has demonstrated that we can help our clients claim back up to 9 times more value compared to their accountants, a self-submission or an alternative R&D agent. The diligence of our R&D experts ensures that no stone is left unturned when we manage your claim.
By choosing a dedicated R&D agent like randd, you can rest assured that your claim will receive our 100% attention and focus, as our process is not diluted by other services. Our initial chat, which typically takes no longer than 30 minutes, will help us to determine your eligibility, before we put together the technical narrative for your claim.
Once we have built your case and made your submission, we will deal with HMRC on your behalf throughout the entire processing stage, allowing you to focus on what really matters – your business!
Our proven track record shows that randd can help you claim back up to 9 times more value compared to an accountant, an alternative R&D agent, or a self-submission.