Keen to encourage homegrown creativity and innovation and to make the UK attractive to overseas investors the Government has introduced a number of tax incentives for businesses. Usually it’s pretty clear cut which tax incentive a business should apply for,... Read more
Keen to encourage homegrown creativity and innovation and to make the UK attractive to overseas investors the Government has introduced a number of tax incentives for businesses.
Usually it’s pretty clear cut which tax incentive a business should apply for, but as a video games developer, there’s often a dilemma. Video Games Tax Relief may seem the obvious choice, but is it? If your work is considered innovation have you considered R&D tax relief? Do you know the difference? And do you know which would be more valuable to you?
At our interactive webinar our specialist advisors will explain how the reliefs work, who is eligible and how to decide which one you should apply for. You’ll also have the chance to ask questions.
Nick Watterson: Partner and video games specialist advisor Nick assists businesses in the sector with their accounting and tax needs. He help developers run their businesses efficiently and advises on eligibility to and the claiming of Video Games Tax Relief. Having submitting many successful claims Nick will guide you though how the relief works and the claim process.
Clair Dart: Senior Corporate Tax Advisor Clair has over 15 years’ experience in advising clients on their eligibility for R&D tax relief and helps them through the process. She has achieved successful R&D claims for clients. Clair also has experience of patent box applications. Clair will also challenge some of the myths around eligibility for R&D tax relief
Who should join the webinar:
Video games developers who are not sure if they are eligible a tax incentive and are in need of practical advice about what is out there.
You’ll find out how to tell if you eligible for a tax incentive, you’ll understand the differences between VGTR and R&D tax relief and you’ll get practical advice on helping to make your application a success.
If you have any questions please contact MaryKacigeras: firstname.lastname@example.org