R&D

A Company’s Secret Weapon—R&D Tax Credit for Construction, Engineering, and Architecture Firms

The construction, engineering, and architectural industries took a devastating blow when the COVID-19 pandemic swept the nation. However, forward-thinking companies looked past lockdowns and saw opportunities; during their idle time, they began to innovate. They imagined action steps they could take to improve their processes and soon began testing those hypotheses. Consequently, they improved their …

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Manufacturing Firms—Don’t Miss Out on Your R&D Tax Credit

Mention the words “tax break” in any business setting, and heads turn. If there’s a way to save a company money, people want details. But when you hear it’s an R&D tax credit—and you’re a manufacturing firm—it may not sound like headline breaking news. You may have always assumed that other industries, such as big …

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Managing Company-wide Risks With Strong Financial Processes While Working Remotely!

Most business teams – in nearly every sector – are still working remotely, including their accounting and finance departments. Thus, those in the accounting and financial departments should collaborate often to identify potential risks. So how can you be certain that you have limited yet correct access to the data to make the critical financial …

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How Tech Companies Can Qualify For R&D Tax Credit

In August 1981, the personal computer revolution was powering up; that’s when IBM released its first PC. This was the catalyst that inspired tremendous innovation in the IT and software arenas. After 2008, there was a major acceleration in the tech industry with an introduction of app-based services, utilization of big data, AI, and machine …

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