R&D Tax Credits: Are You Leaving Money on the Table?

This video highlights the activities that may allow you to take advantage of the R&D tax credit. Are you working to improve existing products, processes or software? Or are you developing new ones? Businesses must pass a four-part test, explained in the video, to benefit from R&D credits and avoid leaving money on the table for common activities.

Contact our R&D Tax Team for a free feasibility study and/or to discuss your situation.

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