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BBC News recently published an article covering an announcement from the US, that states they intend to negotiate three separate trade agreements with the UK, the EU and Japan, that could take up to several months:     The move is part of US President Donald Trump’s efforts to reshape trade policies to support his “America First” agenda. It comes as the US has been fighting a trade war with China, the world’s second largest
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On Monday, the Irish News published an article stating the importance of businesses across Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK are claiming their R&D Tax Incentives. The average claim in the UK for Research and Development Tax Credits is currently £46,000 and it is reported that a huge majority of businesses that qualify for R&D Tax Incentives, still aren’t claiming their entitlement. “The enhanced relief was established to encourage innovation in the UK
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Apple is a perfect example of how to continue to innovate within your industry. Walking in the footsteps of the late, great Steve Jobs, the Apple future products pipeline looks to bring us into a futuristic world that is generally thought to be hundreds of years away. It’s ideas like these that led to Apple holding the title of the world’s most innovative company. We’re now living in a reality where technology is everywhere, robotic
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The Irish News recently named the R&D Tax Credits Initiative is the ‘most generous corporation tax relief available in the UK’. In 2017, Irish Businesses claimed back a total of £55 million in Research and Development tax credits. The most interesting factor in these results is that although they have reached record numbers in tax benefits paid out, Northern Ireland is still one of the lowest claiming regions in the UK. For example, the West Midlands have claimed
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HMRC have released statistics demonstrating the 688% increase in R&D Tax claims from companies based in the West Midlands over the last 7 years, expressandstar.com reports. The latest statistics have found that the West Midlands region is accountable for up to 9% of the total number of claims across the whole of the UK, made in the financial year of 2016-2017. Around £110m in tax rebates has been paid out to SMEs alone in this area
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