7 June 2016

Proud to support Cooden Tax Consultants at Accountex 2016

I was delighted to be able to help out one of our sponsors recently with the loan of the original bike for an exhibition at ExCel in London.

Cooden Tax Consulting have been supporting us for almost a year now with support towards project costs and, more importantly for a company like us, support to make sure we secure our full entitlement to R&D Tax Relief. Simon Bulteel, founder of Cooden Tax Consultants not only makes sure we claim all we’re entitled to but backs it up with full support, including representation on our side of the table, should HMRC choose to challenge the claim. This is really valuable for any company involved in research and development.

Simon Bulteel (2nd Left) and Phil Edwards (3rd left) at Accountex 2016
Image (C) Avant Photographic 2016 All Rights Reserved

Hence we had the bike on their stand at Accountex in early May. We are well aware that our motorcycle stops people in their tracks so you can engage them in conversation - and true to form it did. To the finance directors and accountancy practices that Simon was hoping to meet it was then a relatively simple matter to make the connection between our R&D - hence the exhibit - and Simon’s skill in looking after our Tax Claim.


It is a natural fit, and if you think you might have any innovation in your business have a chat with Simon on 01424 225345 to see what you’re entitled to. The scope is wide-ranging so don't think it doesn't apply to you; you have nothing to lose from a quick chat with Simon.

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