Is your manufacturing business claiming fully for its innovation?

The importance of a successful manufacturing industry lies at the heart of any economy, and today more than ever flexibility in adapting to ever changing customer requirements is vital for future prosperity. Any manufacturer who is trying to improve a product or process to achieve greater efficiency, improve quality or make it more cost effective may qualify for R&D tax relief.

Latest HMRC Statistics - Manufacturing*

Manufacturing Claims Processed
£ 0 m
Total sector claim value
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Average claim value

What qualifies as R&D in the manufacturing sector?

The R&D tax credit scheme rewards any company whose work seeks to resolve a ‘scientific or technological uncertainty’. Qualifying activities may include:

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Why Work With Libcus?

The R&D tax relief scheme is extremely rewarding but also a highly technical and complex process. With extensive experience working within this field, we are uniquely positioned to help manufacturing companies and related industries claim for their innovation.

At Libcus, we take a supportive approach to guiding our clients through the entire claims process. We offer regular visits to your premises (where required) to discuss and review R&D activities to ensure we maximise your benefit. Additionally, we undertake as much of the R&D claim work as possible from identifying eligible projects, through to writing technical narratives, and calculating difficult R&D calculations.

We take time to assess your business and would never submit a claim without being confident of its outcome. However our support doesn’t end when we submit your claim. Our fee structure includes full enquiry support should your claim be investigated by HMRC.

Let Our Specialists Handle Your R&D Tax Credits Claim

Let our technical experts prepare your R&D Tax Credits claim.
We will compile a robust claim and make sure you receive the maximum benefit possible for your business.

* Source HMRC R&D tax credits statistics 2022. The statistics published by HMRC for 2020-21 are provisional and have been uplifted to include estimates for claims not yet received.