Last Man Stands is the world’s largest amateur cricket league with more than 100,000 active players globally, 12 countries and more than 140 cities. TaxQube worked with the company director and cricketer Wayne Greve in order to identify R&D eligible activities within the business. Last man stands has invested heavily in R&D but they weren’t aware that their business activities qualify for significant government’s funding. They have developed a number of processes to make the beautiful game of cricket even better and more enjoyable.
Over a series of meetings with their team, a number of activities were found to be eligible for research and development tax credits. TaxQube handled the process from start to finish that includes identification as well preparation of a technical report which was submitted to HMRC as evidence. Within four weeks the claim was successfully processed by HMRC and funds were released by TaxQube to the limited company’s bank account on the same day.
Herne Hill Velodrome is the last remaining functioning venue from the 1948 London Olympic Games and has played host to world famous and Britain’s most successful professionals such as Tom Simpson, Reg Harris, Fausto Coppi and Alberto Contador.
It helped nourish the young careers of Bradley Wiggins and Laura Kenny, two of Britain’s most decorated athletes. The purpose of this design and build project was to create a new build pavilion and grandstand to save the venue from obscurity and sustain its legacy.
Appointed by the main contractor, we worked alongside the construction company to identify and prepare eligible R&D activities. We engaged with several members of the team to conduct interviews to understand variations made during the project and if they were eligible for grant funding.
Beautifully crafted beer by Coalition Brewing can be found in some of London’s premier bars, hotels and restaurants. Their approach is creative and collaborative to ensure a pleasant experience. Tax Qube was appointed by the company to help them in the R&D process on a no-win no-fee basis. Our team worked with the company director to discuss the process of creating craft beer and the stages of improving the product. After a couple of meetings, we identified that work was undertaken by Coalition brewing to not only improve how drinks taste but also how they appear when poured into a glass.
Tax Qube managed to secure thousands of pounds worth of grant funding for the company and handled the process from start to finish. At the time when the hospitality industry is suffering due to corona virus pandemic, grant funding was helpful to support operational expenses of the business.
We approached the client through our marketing campaign to learn more about their activities and to find out if there are eligible activities within their business. During the review we found that the client has spent money on eligible activities and they requested our professional services to prepare a claim on a no-win no-fee basis.
The R&D technical report was prepared by TaxQube to present the information to HMRC and to apply for grant funding. We worked with their accountants to obtain the financial information required to prepare the claim. Once the claim was submitted, TaxQube received funds within weeks which were transferred to the client on the same day.
We are proud to have been able to identify eligible activities within the business which are often overlooked due to the lack of industry (engineering) knowledge within the finance department. The client received thousands of pounds in grant funding to improve the cash flow of their business.
Berkeley Square is one of the most prestigious addresses in London, it is considered to be the Jewel in Mayfair’s crown. Dating from 1906, this imposing building is the fine work of the architect Frank Verity.
The original façade, with its Louis VI-inflected styling, conceals a superbly re-imagined, modern office space of the highest quality, offering a total of c.56,000 sq ft.
We worked with the main contractor to identify and understand the project which resulted in the identification of an eligible R&D claim. A detailed report was prepared to capture all the important information relating to the claim to protect the company’s position from future tax investigations.
The Hexagonal ceiling system is modern and bespoke that fits in well with the overall appearance of one of the busiest tube stations in London.
Working alongside the construction company to successfully identify eligible qualifying activities. The project was part of the overall upgrade of the site.
The location of the building is only 150m from the High Holborn station and it is surrounded by culture and green spaces.
Modern and open plan offices are offered by the building as a result of upgrading the building by carrying out extensive works. One of Lazari investments portfolio properties backed by a billionaire family in Cyprus. We were appointed by the main contractor to work alongside the project director. The project value was in the region of £55M with major works done to the building that now offers high end retail and office space.
Air-to-Ground missile rail launcher weapons systems technology provides fast jets, helicopters and UAV’s with the ability to safely carry and release air to ground missiles.
Each launch system incorporates three rails, i.e. one system carries three missiles. This allows a single aircraft to carry large numbers of missiles.
We worked alongside the metal fabrication company to identify eligible R&D activities relating to the manufacturing of the missile launcher. A successful R&D claim was made by our professional advisers.