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BESA and ForrestBrown expand partnership

After delivering over £12m for BESA members via the government’s R&D tax credits, the R&D tax credit specialist ForrestBrown has becomes BESA’s official R&D partner. 

?Alex Price CTA, director at ForrestBrown: “Our relationship with BESA began in 2019 when I spoke at their annual conference about the little-known funding awaiting members via R&D tax credits.” 

This year has seen its share of challenges, with the pandemic enforced lockdown leading to tight cashflow and project delays. Whatever still lays ahead, R&D tax credits can help manage all of this uncertainty.

The incentive is a quick, debt-free source of cash and claiming – when using a specialist adviser – requires a minimal time investment to benefit.

Mr Price said: “BESA’s official partnership with ForrestBrown makes claiming R&D tax credits faster, safer and more valuable than ever for BESA members. With 2021 around the corner and much uncertainty still ahead, our partnership with BESA could not be any more timely.” 

Jason Hemingway, membership director at BESA said of the partnership, “We are always looking for new ways to support our growing membership, with uncertainty ahead in the economy, any additional cash flow could be a real boon for contractors in our sector.”

 

4 November 2020

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