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EEF deal to help manufacturers with R&D credits

The UK’s EEF has signed a new partnership deal with R&D tax relief specialist, Jumpstart, as part of its Advantages programme.

The move will see Jumpstart providing expert advice to EEF members to ensure they secure their full entitlement of R&D tax relief, as well as guidance to those companies seeking to apply for the credit for the first time.Jumpstart ...
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