Find out how significant the R&D Tax Credit can be to businesses in manufacturing, with real-world examples featuring our own clients and their benefits in dollar amounts.
With the passage of the PATH Act, the R&D Tax Credit is now accessible to many more small-to-midsize businesses, a change that is sure to spur economic growth and further investment into research and development among American companies.
With tax reform no longer a matter of “if” but “when”, the fate of many business incentives is in question. However, one in particular is proving indispensable, being offered on both President Trump’s and Republican lawmakers’ tax proposals.
Craft brewers are faced with costs arising from internal improvements in production and processes as well as external influences, such as consumer culture. While these costs may be hurting their wallets, craft breweries can find relief in tax credits.
Partnering with the right R&D tax credit provider could be the solution for CPA firms to retain and attract clients, and ultimately improve their bottom line.
With the savings generated from the R&D Tax Credit, startup companies can keep more of their earnings and allocate further resources to innovation and creating jobs—potentially giving them the momentum they need to lift their businesses off the ground.
Film and tax credits offer states an opportunity to generate jobs, economic activity and maybe most importantly, boast bragging rights in Tinseltown. But several states have become disillusioned with the economic impact of the tax incentive and have voted to end the subsidy.
RSA+ is one of the oldest and most successful engineering firms in their area. While they attribute a lot of their success to engineering expertise, they also recognize that running a mid-sized consulting engineering firm requires something that tends to be overlooked: business management.