R&D Tax Credit Case studies

Many taxpayers regard R&D as an activity associated solely with hi-tech businesses, such as pharmaceutical and biotech companies. That is simply not the case. You do not have to be engaged in pure science or similar research to be conducting qualified activities as defined by the Internal Revenue Code. If your company has invested time, money, and resources towards the advancement and improvement of designs and processes, then you may qualify for the R&D tax credit. It is also important to note that the R&D tax credit regulations allow eligible taxpayers to “look back” to all open tax years for potential R&D credits that were never claimed.


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