In April 2007, the government introduced tax breaks (FTR) or tax breaks in the form of films (FTC), which until now were the main driver of domestic investment and the boom of the British film industry.
For a film that can qualify for FTR / FTC, it must pass the BFI cultural test, the film must be intended for theatrical release, and at least 10% of the total production costs must relate to UK activities.
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We provide advice on obtaining tax credits for films in the UK. You can reduce corporate income tax to 20%
The cost of one consultation is $ 10.