Creative Industry Tax Relief (CITR) allows qualifying companies to claim an enhanced deduction for certain production costs – or in many cases, a payable tax credit from HMRC – when calculating their taxable profits.
Our specialist CITR team has extensive industry-leading experience handling CITR claims across all creative sub-sectors. We were responsible for the very first successful claims submitted to HMRC in respect of Animation Tax Relief (ATR), Theatre Tax Relief (TTR) and Orchestra Tax Relief (OTR).
Creative Industry Tax Relief (CITR) supports projects and productions across the British creative industries with a view to promoting culturally relevant productions in the UK and incentivising investment in UK productions that would otherwise take place overseas. All productions, other than theatre, orchestra or museums, must be certified by the Department for Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) as culturally British to be eligible for relief.
The Government’s initial focus was on the film industry, with the introduction of Film Tax Relief (FTR) in 2007. However, the relief has expanded to encompass Animation Tax Relief (ATR), High-End Television Tax Relief (HTR), Video Games Tax Relief (VGTR), Theatre Tax Relief (TTR), Children’s Television Tax Relief (CTTR), Orchestra Tax Relief (OTR) and Museum and Gallery Exhibition Tax Relief (MGETR).
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