TIGA is teaming up with RSM to bring you an exciting free webinar on Thursday 19 January at Midday. Join us!
Join TIGA and experts from RSM UK for a virtual roundtable, to discuss the Video Games Tax Relief (VGTR) regime and explore the announced consultation on future changes to this vital tax relief for games developers.
TIGA is the trade association representing the UK video games industry. TIGA played a critical role in campaigning for and securing the introduction of Video Games Tax Relief. Retaining and enhancing VGTR is one of TIGA’s top priorities. TIGA is delivering this VGTR webinar to inform members about the Government’s planned changes and to ensure that members’ views are heard and understood by Government.
RSM is a leader in the provision of audit, tax and consulting services, globally. RSM’s clients include games developers, technology businesses and entrepreneurial companies across the gaming sector. RSM stay abreast of the issues and opportunities in the sector, applying best practice whilst finding innovative solutions to support RSM’s clients. A strong UK network of 32 offices and an international network spanning 120 countries ensures RSM provide a consistent service in all their markets.
In this interactive roundtable, our team of experts will explore what the consultation means for the industry and consider the potential impact of the changes for games developers. This is an opportunity for TIGA members to discuss and share their questions, concerns, experiences or views. We encourage the conversation to be free-flowing amongst the group.
The Guest Speakers will be RSM’s Graham Steele, Innovation Reliefs Partner and Will Simpson, Innovation Reliefs Director. Graham is a tax partner in RSM’s Innovation Reliefs team. He has over 16 years experience of assisting businesses to claim tax incentives for innovation including R&D tax incentives, patent box tax relief and the various creative sector reliefs, including VGTR. Will is a Tax Director who has worked in the Creative Sector Reliefs area for over 14 years and has helped many businesses of all sizes access the generous cash benefits on offer. Within the Video Games sector, Will has worked with a number of clients across the UK assisting them in a number of areas such as structuring, capital projects and ongoing compliance.
You can sign up for the event here!