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How much R&D Tax Relief could your company claim?

Our interactive R&D Tax Credit Calculator helps estimate the size of your potential R&D claim. 


Just select your research and development expenditure,  see what you could be owed from HMRC.

Our calculator is a useful tool in estimating your potential claim value, but due to the complexities of what makes certain costs claimable, its always best to talk directly to our specialists. 

Click below to arrange a free claim consultation with one of our R&D Tax experts.

Why choose Claim Capital for your R&D Claim?


Our team of R&D tax specialists and chartered accountants holds over 20 years of experience in maximising R&D Tax Credit claims.


HMRC Agent

We're in constant contact with HMRC to monitor changes within R&D legislation, and ensure your R&D claim adheres
to new guidelines.


Our 100% success rate is
a testament to our high standards and attention-to-detail. For R&D claims, we operate a fixed fee, that's only paid upon success.

Fixed Fee. No Upfront Costs.

We take the stress away from claiming R&D Tax Credits. Our specialists complete both the Financial and Technical reports and submit your claim to HMRC.


We're so confident in our approach that

you'll only be charged our fixed fee upon success.

What's included?

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End-to-end R&D Tax Credit claim service

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Financial & Technical Report completion

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Dedicated Account Manager & R&D Tax Specialist

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Full HMRC Enquiry Support at no extra cost

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Claim completion within 3-5 working days

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100% Success Rate

Success Stories.

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Great professional team and business, a pleasure to work with. They were on top of everything regarding our R&D claim.

Joy Abisaab, CEO & Co-Founder

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R&D Tax Credits?

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