Research and development (R&D) tax credits are among the most misunderstood tax incentives today, resulting in too many businesses leaving available money on the table. The below resources help to shed light on the R&D tax credit and how your business may be rewarded significant tax savings for your research and/or experimentation.
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All businesses that perform research and development activities in the U.S. qualify for the R&D tax credit. Quickly estimate your company’s benefit by filling out the fields below.
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