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In July 2021 the Swedish government reinforced once more the incentive by increasing the threshold to 1,2 Million of SEK and decreased the working time criteria from 75% to 50 %.
The aim of the this reinforcement is to promote R&D activities by granting a research and development incentive to companies irrespective of their profit situation. There is a clear intention from the government to encourage companies to take benefit of this scheme.
The scheme was created in 2014 and was already reinforced in April 2020 by the Swedish government. Indeed, the relief was increased from 10% to 19,59 % and the capped amount from 230 000 SEK/ month to 920 000 SEK/month.
Therefore, companies working on R&D projects can be entitled to a relief of 19,59% of their employer contributions capped to 1,2 Million/ month.
Companies can benefit from an incentive up to 19,59% on a maximum of 1,2 Million of SEK per month of their employer contributions. The definition of R&D is in line with the OECD Frascati Manual, It includes fundamental research, industrial research, experimental development, as far as it has a commercial purpose.
This company is developing a solution that will helps people with aids to avoid all side effects of their current treatments.
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As the European leader regarding the R&D incentives Leyton identifies eligible R&D projects and prepares exhaustive supporting documentation throughout the end-to-end process:
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At Leyton we use our innovation funding expertise to deliver tax relief claims as an end-to-end service. We provide full project management from initial engagement through to benefit. Our tax experts have a wealth of experience working with businesses to help them claim through the R&D tax &SSC relief scheme and will put together the technical report enabling you to submit your claim. Leyton worked with 5,000 clients last year.
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