2018 R&D Tax Credit benefits have significantly increased due to 2017 tax reforms.
Since the inception of the Research & Development Tax Credit in 1981, there has been much
The year 2017 brought major developments to the tax code with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act signed into law on Dec. 22, 2017. Two changes will drastically affect the bottom-line of C-Corps and will have a major impact across C-Corp returns.
Choosing the right partner to conduct your R&D Tax Credit study can be daunting, especially with the growing number of boutique R&D firms vying for your business. To ease the process of choosing a partner, we have provided you with a checklist of the 5 most important factors to take into consideration.
Since becoming a permanent provision in the IRS tax code, and with its recent changes targeted to benefit small businesses, the R&D Tax Credit is gaining popularity among companies of all sizes and industries. These are the 3 top sectors in which the R&D Tax Credit really demonstrates its worth.
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.