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The Oxford Science Park: R&D Tax Relief for Innovative Businesses

14th November 2017 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

The Oxford Science Park: R&D Tax Relief for Innovative Businesses

The Oxford Science Park
Magdalen Centre
Robert Robinson Avenue
OX4 4GA Oxford
United Kingdom

R&D Tax Solutions
Tuesday, 14 November 2017 from 16:30 to 18:30 (GMT)

“How about lower business taxes and your projects paid by the HMRC?”

On 14th November 2017, R&D Tax Solutions are showing business owners how to finance innovative projects using the latest R&D Tax Relief from HMRC. Due to exclusivity of this event seat numbers are limited. Book today!  #RnDTaxSolutions

The afternoon presentation will run from 16:30 am – 18:30 pm and will cover:

An Engineer’s Overview of HMRC’s R&D Tax Relief:

  • Qualifying business activities
  • Qualifying costs
  • How this relief can finance your projects
  • Relief timing
  • Industry examples
  • Benefits of using a R&D tax specialist

Tax Expert’s View:

  • The financial impact of a successful claim
  • How to identify your project
  • How to identify your R&D regime (SME v Large)
  • How to identify project costs
  • Information HMRC require in support of your claim
  • The Tax Calculation
  • The HMRC enquiry process
  • Benefits of using a specialist

*Snack will be provided.

Book your place now to benefit from the vast experience of R&D Tax Solutions, learn about your company’s eligibility for R&D tax relief and for support in preparing for your claim.


How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

You can email us at events@rndtax.co.uk or call us on 0161 298 1010.

What’s the refund policy?

Unfortunately tickets are non-refundable, as we have hired the auditorium and prepared lunch snacks to accomodate for the number of people attending.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?


Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes, you can transfer it to a colleague. Please use the Eventbrite ticket transfer option.

Do you have questions about The Oxford Science Park: R&D Tax Relief for Innovative Businesses? Contact R&D Tax Solutions

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R&D Tax Solutions

R&D Tax Solutions specialise in helping businesses claim R&D tax relief. 90% of UK companies which are involved in some sort of innovation are not aware that they are eligible for this generous tax relief.

Founded in 2014 by technology and tax industry veterans Evgeni Vachkov and Laura Duggan, we at R&D Tax Solutions understand both the tax legislation and the technical aspects of your projects. This has not only allowed us to maximise customer’s claims, but to also produce a 100% success rate to date.

Company Mission

We are here to help UK entrepreneurs and businesses involved in innovation to expand to their full potential. Our relationships are built on honesty, customer care and professionalism

Speaker Profiles

Speakers: Evgeni Vachkov, Laura Duggan

Evgeni Vachkov, MEng(Hons) MSP
Evgeni’s background is in the area of software development and implementation of large-scale global IT projects. For many years he has consulted to global bluechip companies in this regard. He is well versed in large data, online portals, cloud solutions, mobile applications, as well as bespoke finance and insurance systems and the specifics of these industries. His insight often helps to find the R&D gems in complex projects and unveil information required to build a solid R&D tax claim.

Laura Duggan, BSc(Hons) FCCA CTA
Laura is qualified FCCA and CTA and has been a team member in both regional and international tax planning teams, predominately working with Owner Managed Businesses on a range of tax legislative issues and in the last 5 years focusing heavily on R&D tax relief heading up the R&D/Creative Tax Industries teams within the accounting practise. She has handled several hundred successful claims and has achieved in excess of £20m of tax refunds as a result of her engagements. Additionally to this date she has not a single claim refused by HMRC.


14th November 2017
4:30 pm - 6:30 pm


The Oxford Science Park
Magdalen Centre, Robert Robinson Avenue 
Oxford, OX4 4GA
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