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This webinar broadcast serves as an overview of current rules and legislation governing the Federal Research and Development (R&D) tax credit, how it applies to the A\E\C industries. Learn about recent law changes and  the types of activities that qualify for the R&D tax credit and expenses included in the tax credit calculation.

If you are a Shareholder, Principal, Financial Advisor, CPA, CFO, Controller, Owner, Business/OPS Manager, as well as supplier to the AEC industry, this is the educational session for you. If you are curious to find other avenues of reducing overhead rates (specifically direct labor expenses), increasing cash flow, increasing profit-To- Earnings Ratios, permanent tax savings, reduction in effective tax rates, and an alternative source of cash to fund growth in technical-based jobs, this will be the most valuable session of our Summit experience this week.

Upon completion of this education session, participants will be able to:

  • Understand more deeply the congressional intent (why it exists) of this federal incentive program.
  • Recognize the types of activities that qualify for the R&D tax credit.
  • State expenses that can be included in the tax credit calculation.
  • Discuss the mechanics of the tax credit calculation and the IRS audit landscape.

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Welcome to your PERMANENT + RESEARCH TAX CREDIT = COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE FOR ARCHITECTURE

1. What tax types are open to the Research Credit?
2. How many tests are required to pass for the design effort to qualify for the Research Credit?
3. Is the Research Credit open for all US. Industries if they can prove qualifying activity?
4. Is the Research Credit Program now a permanent regulation?
5. Do most US states all have a matching credit to the federal program?
6. What is the congressional intent of the Research Tax Credit?
7. Is documentation required to back-up your Research Credit claim?
8. What are the best contracts types showing the proper economic risk for a design effort to qualify?
9. How many years is the credit open for incentive claims, not including the current 17' tax year?
10. What does Q.R.E. stand for?
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