R+D Tax Deduction

At Euro-Funding we have been advising for more than 20 years on the analysis and identification of projects, the generation of technical-administrative support documentation and the accreditation of the R+D+I nature of the projects through external entities.

Entities that are entitled to the deduction and cannot claim it have different alternatives to materialize it:

  • Cash-back: payment or application of an unlimited 80% of the deduction with some requirements | More information
  • Tax Lease: Turn your deductions into cash for your business | More information

Get the maximum tax deduction for your innovative projects

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT / I+D TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION / TI
Deduction percentages 25-42% 12%
Additional Deduction 17% on personnel dedicated 100% to R&D Not applicable
Activos 8% assets dedicated 100% to R&D Not applicable

HOW CAN WE HELP YOU MANAGE YOUR R&D TAX DEDUCTIONS?

Under a successful fee remuneration model we collaborate with companies to achieve the maximum tax deduction.

TYPES OF DEDUCTIBLE PROJECTS

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, deduction of up to 67% of expenses:

  • Research for the manufacture of new materials or products for the design of new production processes or systems, as well as for the substantial technological improvement of pre-existing materials, products, processes or systems.
  • Design and preparation of the sample book for launching new products.
  • Materialisation of the new products or processes in a plan, diagram or design, as well as the creation of a first non-marketable prototype and the initial demonstration projects or pilot projects.
  • Creation, combination and configuration of advanced software.

TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION, deduction of up to 12% of expenses:

  • Activity which results in a technological advance in obtaining new products or production processes or substantial improvements to existing ones.
  • Materialization of the new products or processes in a plan, scheme or design, as well as the creation of a first prototype that cannot be marketed.

The deduction for Technological Innovation requires the development of a new product or process that has not been developed until now by the entity that carries it out, that is to say, it does not require the obtaining of a new product or process that does not exist in the market.