Claim your Research and Development tax credits

Increase your cash flow with our trusted R&D tax credit service. Our R&D tax specialists will guide you through the application process and ensure that your business is compliant with HMRC.

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Apply for R & D tax credits - it’s simple with Sleek

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90% of business owners fail to make a claim. Make the most of an opportunity to claim R&D tax without worrying about admin.

Reduce corporation tax

Tax relief on allowable R&D costs is 230% This means that for every £100 of qualifying costs, your company could reduce its corporation tax bill by an additional £130 on top of the £100 spent.

R&D reports

We prepare a tried and tested R&D report that can stand up to scrutiny by HMRC.

Successful claims

.With a 100% success rate, we know how to help you strike gold.

Frequently Asked Questions

R&D tax credits, or Research and Development tax credits, support organisations that work within science and technology and are looking to make advancements in their field. To qualify for R&D tax cedit, companies need to be able to explain the context of their project; getting support from a financial organisation such as Sleek can be invaluable in this.

Companies can receive between 18.85% and 33.35% in R&D tax credits. The exact amount depends on whether they are making a loss, profit or breaking even. To gain insights into how your business could use R&D tax credits, contact an accountant.

R&D tax credits relate to any company within science and technology that is looking to make an advancement. To get R&D relief you need to explain how a project had and tried to overcome uncertainty and show the challenge it presents within the field. Sleek can help you to present your case easily and efficiently.

You can calculate your R&D tax credits by calculating the rate of relief. This will depend on whether you are a small or large organisation and whether you are making a profit or a loss. You can find the latest rates on the government website or use an accountants such as Sleek to streamline and simplify the process.

Research and development (R&D) expenses are expenditures relating to an organisation’s work developing, designing, and enhancing products, services, technologies, or processes that relate to scientific and technological advancements. Companies can get advice on R&D expenses and save time and money by using an accountant such as Sleek.

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I met Ed from Sleek when he was visiting our coworking space in London. After a quick chat, Ed explained how I could move my accounts online and also discussed R&D tax credits. His advice has been invaluable!

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King Koby Ltd

We’ve been with Sleek since the very beginning of our business. They helped with Seed EIS, R&D and implementing an online cloud bookkeeping system through Xero. Sleek has undoubtedly helped us grow our business.

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Titus Learning Ltd

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Titus Learning Ltd

We've been with Sleek since the very beginning of our business. They helped with Seed EIS, R&D and implementing an online cloud bookkeeping system through Xero. Sleek has undoubtedly helped us grow our business.

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