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  • R&D tax relief

    The R&D tax relief was introduced by the legislature in 2016, but since then it has gained significantly in attractiveness – the amount of maximum deductions under the credit currently reaches 200% for employee expenses and 100% for other expenses. The catalog of expenses eligible for deduction under the relief has also been expanded over the years, which has also increased its popularity.

    The relief consists of the possibility of “double” deduction from the tax base of expenses incurred for R&D activities (so-called qualified expenses) – the first time a taxpayer does this is when the expenses are included in deductible expenses under the general rules, and then a second time the same expenses can be deducted from the tax base in the annual return.

    Who is it for?
    • Do you run a development business?
    • Does your company have an internal research and development department?
    • Is your company introducing new products or services?
    • Is your company in the process of improving products, services or processes?
    Our support scope:
    • Analysis of the right to take advantage of the R&D tax relief.
    • Preparation of the calculation of eligible costs.
    • Preparation of an application for tax ruling.
    • Identification of eligible costs.
    • Support in the settlement of R&D tax relief.

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