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Posts tagged “tax credit”

Broken British Tax Breaks For Games

Urgh, this is no good. The announcement of tax breaks (as explained here) for the UK games industry, bruised and battered as it was by a torrent of studio closures in recent years, was an all too rare instance of George Osborne doing something to stimulate rather than malnourish the UK economy. And there was much rejoicing - until the European Commission decided it wanted…

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How The New UK Tax Laws Will Affect Indie Developers

This will upset some people, but John just isn't a financial expert. His stabs at trying to understand the new UK tax relief rules for games development have been enthusiastic, but inexpert. Which is why we've turned to Chris England - developer of Xenonauts, and qualified accountant. As an independent developer, and a financial expert, the subject affects and interests him directly. So he's taken…

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UK Tax Relief For Game Developers Scrapped

Anyone remember March? Ah, those halcyon days of innocence, back when we considered the possibility of good news for the British games industry. Then UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, Alistair Darling, announced in what would be his final budget a pledge for a tax credit system that would aid creative industries, including game development. Of course, as we said at the time, this was dependent…

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Budget Win: Tax Break For UK Developers

British videogame designers have long been campaigning for tax breaks in the UK, similar to those in New Zealand and Canada. In today's budget, it seems that something has finally been done to help. Alistair Darling has today announced a pledge for a tax credit system that will aid creative industries, including game development.

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