The role of Global Incentives and Credits has never been more important as Governments and businesses plan their economic recovery through the second half of 2021 and onwards into 2022. In a continuously evolving global environment of travel restrictions, lockdowns and border closures, and the gradual rollout of vaccines the connectivity of global business remains more apparent and more important than ever.

For global middle market companies, it is essential to consider:  

  • The critical role that new products and services, systems and technology will play in the future of the business and the continued acceleration in the speed of business change,
  • The economic recovery will not be a straight line, and therefore supply chains will need to be robust, and flexible so they can deal with future global, regional, industry and local upheavals,
  • Business innovation and growth will be essential to the recovery, so companies should continuously assess their eligibility for Government incentives, grants, and other tax concessions,  
  • A global approach will ensure businesses are best placed to take advantage of opportunities for global incentives and credits wherever they arise via sharing international expertise, and through the development of technology, systems, and processes that can support business activity wherever located.   

At RSM our approach is firstly to understand the global objectives of our clients, and then to bring together our international experts to work alongside our clients to meet the project needs. Our team members comprise a mixture of accounting, tax, scientific, technical and sector specialists. We will work with you to optimise the business’ entitlement to applicable global incentives and credits, whilst also ensuring due compliance with technical requirements along with preparation and maintenance of all required documentation.     

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The role of Global Incentives and Credits has never been more important as Governments and businesses plan their economic recovery through the second half of 2021 and onwards into 2022. In a continuously evolving global environment of travel restrictions, lockdowns and border closures, and the gradual rollout of vaccines the connectivity of global business remains more apparent and more important than ever.

For global middle market companies, it is essential to consider:  

  • The critical role that new products and services, systems and technology will play in the future of the business and the continued acceleration in the speed of business change,
  • The economic recovery will not be a straight line, and therefore supply chains will need to be robust, and flexible so they can deal with future global, regional, industry and local upheavals,
  • Business innovation and growth will be essential to the recovery, so companies should continuously assess their eligibility for Government incentives, grants, and other tax concessions,  
  • A global approach will ensure businesses are best placed to take advantage of opportunities for global incentives and credits wherever they arise via sharing international expertise, and through the development of technology, systems, and processes that can support business activity wherever located.   

At RSM our approach is firstly to understand the global objectives of our clients, and then to bring together our international experts to work alongside our clients to meet the project needs. Our team members comprise a mixture of accounting, tax, scientific, technical and sector specialists. We will work with you to optimise the business’ entitlement to applicable global incentives and credits, whilst also ensuring due compliance with technical requirements along with preparation and maintenance of all required documentation.