HMRC published draft guidance covering changes to the research and development tax reliefs due to be implemented on 1 April 2023. The guidance “clarifies technical aspects of how the reforms will work in practice and includes a list of the additional information that will be required for claims”.
The ICAEW’s response is detailed and notes that:
“ICAEW’s Tax Faculty has provided feedback to HMRC on this guidance. It has highlighted uncertainties that remain despite the publication of the draft guidance. It has also highlighted some areas of the changes for which guidance has not yet been produced.”
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