alliantgroup is proud to announce that our very own Steven Miller, former IRS Acting Commissioner and alliantgroup’s National Director of Tax, has been featured on the cover of the latest edition of CPA Magazine for his and Dean Zerbe’s cover story “The R&D Tax Credit: Permanent, Expanded and Open to Startups and Small Business.”
In this article, Miller and Dean Zerbe, the former Senior Counsel to the U.S. Senate Finance Committee and alliantgroup’s National Managing Director, review the enhancements made to the R&D Tax Credit as a result of the passage of the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act signed into law last December. Now permanent and expanded for the benefit of tens of thousands of previously ineligible companies (with two specific modifications designed to increase the access of the credit to small businesses and startups) Miller and Zerbe provide an in-depth look at these changes and explain why CPAs and tax advisors should reevaluate their clients’ tax planning in 2016 and beyond.
Contact us today for more information on the PATH Act and its long-term implications for the R&D Tax Credit.
About the Author
He served as former IRS Acting Commissioner in 2012, but prior to that Steven served for several years as the Deputy Commissioner for Services and Enforcement, leading all IRS enforcement and service activity. Steven also served as the Commissioner of the Large and Mid-Size Business Division, overseeing IRS audits of large taxpayers and the IRS programs relating to offshore tax compliance and international tax law enforcement. As the Commissioner of the Tax Exempt and Government Entities Division, he supervised the IRS oversight of governments, tax exempt entities and retirement programs.