If your business is developing an innovative product or process, then you could be eligible to claim Research and Development (“R&D”) tax relief. Many businesses don’t realise that they could be receiving significant corporation tax deductions or even a cash payment from HMRC by claiming. We’ve made successful R&D claims for clients in various industries, so speak to us about how we can help to maximise your claims.

If you’re running a UK video games development company and are working on developing your own IP then you could be claiming Video Games Tax Relief (VGTR). We specialise in supporting clients in the video games industry and have helped them to make numerous successful VGTR claims.

VGTR can be used in conjunction with R&D reliefs, so speak to us – we’ll ensure you’re maximising the reliefs available.

What projects qualify for R&D tax credits
Under what schemes could you claim
What costs qualify for relief
How much could an R&D tax credit claim be worth
Is it worth claiming R&D tax credits
What is a qualifying Video Games Development Company
What is a qualifying video game
How to obtain BFI Certification
What costs qualify for VGTR tax relief
Value of the VGTR tax credit
Should I claim for VGTR, R&D or both?

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A selection of our Business Advisory + Tax services


  • Business valuation report for EMI schemes from £1,800 + VAT
  • EMI scheme set up from £1,500 + VAT
  • EMI scheme annual compliance from £25 + VAT per month
  • EIS/SEIS advance assurance application from £500 + VAT
  • R&D tax credit from 15% of claim value capped at £3,000 + VAT per project (cap amount subject to claim complexity)
  • VGTR from 15% of claim value capped at £3,000 + VAT per project (cap amount subject to claim complexity)
  • Outsourced FD consultation session from £250 + VAT

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