Linked Company Definition for R&D Tax Credit Purposes

Overview of what a Linked Company is for R&D Tax Credits
The software underpinning RDRelief was sold to one of the big-4 professional service firms in 2018. Consequently, the brand is no longer in operation.
  • R&D Tax Advisors are invited to find out more about the Inspired.tax claim preparation software.
  • Otherwise, please feel free to continue to browse this website for useful information regarding claiming R&D Tax Credits in the UK. However, beware that none of the information has been updated since 2018.

Background

The definition of a linked company is very important, as to qualify as an SME for R&D Tax Credits purposes the SME eligibility criteria needs to be taken into account for which partner enterprises can play a big part. Find out more about the definition of linked companies below.

Definition

The company has a linked company if:
  • It holds over 50% of the voting rights in another company; or
  • Another company holds over 50% of the voting rights in your company

Home News R&D Tax Credits Our Software Eligibility Criteria
Copyright 2018 RD Relief
Privacy and Cookies Sitemap