Award-Winning R&D Tax Credit Specialists
Invested in improving your products, services, systems or devices?
Start your R&D Tax Credit Claim here today.
Recover large sums of your historic company spend now.
An average SME client award is now worth over £45,000.00
Our low-fees are only due when we get you a result.
Hamilton Wood & Company is an Award-Winning R&D Tax Specialists serving the whole of the United Kingdom. We help innovative companies who are investing in trying to improve their products and services recover large sums from their historic expenditures. An average client award is now worth over £45,000.00
What is R&D Tax Relief?
Businesses Can May Be Able to Claim When They Have Spent Money Developing or Enhancing:
Benefits of Using Our Award-Winning R&D Tax Credit Specialists
We work on a 100% success only basis. This means that unless we get your business the results it deserves, then there's no fee for our time. In other words, we work on a risk-free, no-win-no-fee basis.
CIF Instruction Received
Complete our client instruction form that provides us the authority to act on your company's behalf. We then fast-track the claims process to swiftly secure you award.
R&D Project Discussion Call
We conduct a more detailed call to discuss your business's historic projects and day-to-day activities that may hold value. We tease out the relevant info.
Technical R&D Call
Once an initial project overview has been secured, we start to distill all the relevant information to support your R&D claim. We do this on your behalf.
Our science and industry polymath with 33 years academic research prowess prepares a comprehensive R&D report for HMRC.
Our team has a great relationship with HMRC and work tirelessly to resolve any questions in relation to the submitted report until conclusion.
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Our R&D Tax Credit service provides a swift and efficient way to strengthen your business.
An average client award is now worth over
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