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Fact or Fiction? The Truth About Research & Development Tax Credits

Among the many tax credits and incentives the federal government provides to U.S. businesses, the research and development (“R&D”) tax credit remains largely overlooked and underutilized, meaning companies may be missing out on claiming up to thousands of dollars of credits.

And probably for good reason. The phrases “research and development” and “R&D” usually bring images of lab coats and microscopes to mind. However, the federal R&D tax credit laws define “research and development” so that it can take on a much broader meaning. In fact, you may now be able to recover a significant return on your investments that involve the improvement or development of manufacturing processes, software, products, techniques, and formulas.

Join us on September 28th with other business owners, HR leaders and finance execs like yourself and get the facts behind R&D tax credits, including critical insights and best practices on how companies like yours can get the tax credits for which you are eligible, so that you can have a stronger balance sheet.

What You Will Learn:

  • Who can benefit from R&D tax credits, such as what size organizations and industries can qualify and how you may be able to qualify regardless of revenue or income tax status
  • What qualifies for R&D tax credits, including how to determine what qualified research is, where it is typically performed, and examples of what can qualify
  • Best practices on how to monetize R&D tax credits to offset your research and development investments
  • Why now is the best time to evaluate your eligibility to claim R&D tax credits

Register today!

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