made.simplr outlines how R&D tax credits can be made easier with technology in latest webinar

Accountants from across the UK have taken part in an informative webinar hosted by made.simplr that outlines how technology can be used to make R&D tax credits easier.

During the presentation, hosted by the made.simplr team, accountants got to learn more about made.simplr’s cloud-based software as a service (Saas) solution, which can automate much of the R&D tax credit claim process to prepare HMRC-ready reports.

The software, which is now employed by many accountancy firms across the UK, makes the provision of tax credit advice more cost-effective and the process of handling claims more efficient.

The free webinar from made.simplr explores the challenges that businesses and firms face when making a claim and the vast potential for funding for businesses due to the large amount of unclaimed tax relief.

Dr Sarah Malter, Managing Director at made.simplr, said: “We had a really good response from this webinar, but there are many more firms out there that could benefit from this presentation and the software that it highlights.

“Innovation is quickly and radically changing the accountancy landscape and firms must keep abreast of the latest developments and see how they can adapt their practice to meet ever-changing client needs.”

To view made.simplr’s explanatory webinar, please visit

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