GOAT.tax Embarks on Global Expansion Through Acquisition of U.K.'s GovGrant

R&D Tax Credit

Deborah Roth, CPA
December 7, 2023

GOAT.tax, a pioneering tax consulting firm renowned for its specialized expertise in R&D Tax Credits, has taken a momentous step towards global expansion through its strategic acquisition of GovGrant, a leading U.K.-based research, and development (R&D) tax credit consulting firm. This transformative move positions GOAT.tax at the forefront of the international tax consulting landscape, solidifying its reputation as a trusted leader in the field.

With an unwavering commitment to harnessing tax incentives, optimizing cost recovery, and enhancing energy management strategies, GOAT.tax has earned its stripes as a go-to resource for businesses seeking expert tax guidance. Over the years, the firm's proven track record and innovative approaches have positioned it as a trusted advisor, serving a diverse range of industries with exceptional results.

The acquisition of GovGrant marks a strategic leap in GOAT.tax's global expansion strategy. GovGrant's reputation as a premier provider of comprehensive R&D tax relief services and Intellectual Property consultancy makes it an ideal partner to further amplify GOAT.tax's capabilities. By bringing together these two powerhouse firms, clients can expect an even more comprehensive suite of services backed by a wealth of collective experience.

CEO of GOAT. tax, expressed her excitement about this pivotal development, stating, "Our collaboration with GovGrant signifies a pivotal milestone in our pursuit of excellence and global growth. Our commitment to delivering top-notch services to clients worldwide remains unshaken. By integrating GovGrant's expertise, we're empowered to offer tailor-made solutions to businesses across the globe, reinforcing our position as a leader in specialized tax consulting."

Similarly, the CEO of GovGrant, shared his perspective on the acquisition, saying, "This collaboration marks an exciting chapter for GovGrant, propelling us into a new era of growth and innovation. Our shared values and shared commitment to client success make GOAT.tax an ideal partner for us. With a shared focus on quality and client-centric approaches, we're excited about the remarkable outcomes we can achieve together."

The coming together of GOAT.tax and GovGrant not only enriches their collective expertise but also expands their service offerings and enhances client experiences. As they work in tandem, both firms are dedicated to ensuring a seamless transition for clients and staff, maintaining their individuality while collectively striving for excellence.

About GOAT.tax

For years, GOAT.tax has been at the forefront of empowering businesses to maximize R&D Tax Credits and navigate complex tax landscapes. Headquartered in Fort Worth, TX, the firm's collaboration with clients has yielded outstanding results, establishing it as a beacon of trust and innovation. With a team of seasoned experts, GOAT.tax continues to cater to diverse industries, delivering unmatched tax solutions and insights. Explore more at www.goat.tax.


GovGrant stands tall as a distinguished research and development tax credit and innovation consulting firm based in the United Kingdom. By enabling businesses to harness their innovation potential, GovGrant has carved out a unique space. Drawing on an in-depth understanding of the R&D ecosystem and technical proficiency, the firm adds lasting value by recognizing R&D efforts and optimizing the potential of Intellectual Property. Learn more at www.govgrant.co.uk.

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