Synopsis of Multi-State Research Tax Incentives with a Spotlight on the State of Connecticut By Peter J. Scalise, B.S., M.S. In addition to the federal-level Research and Development Tax Credit

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comments: 0 The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has published a request for comment on which green building rating systems should be used by the federal government. Every five years,

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Introduction The Research and Experimentation Tax Credit (hereinafter “RTC”) was added to the Internal Revenue Code (hereinafter “the Code”) in 1981 as a temporary provision at a time when research

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Billy Crystal said it best, “Change is such hard work.” But oh how satisfying it is when the change you make leads to the success you seek. One of the

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“Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning,” by Ben Franklin Most of us are normally supporters of growth.  We may differ on

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Engineered Tax Services is at the Bellagio in Las Vegas this week participating in the Winning Is Everything event! Theme & Content: Practice management topics geared at forward-thinking firms including: 

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As part of the Energy Department’s Sun Shot Incubator Program, the Department today announced the availability of $12 million to accelerate solar energy innovation that reduces manufacturing, installation, and permitting

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Koltin Consulting Group CEO and ETS Advisory Board Member Allan Koltin talks with Accounting Today managing editor Tamika Cody about how accounting firms are bouncing back from the recession at

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From the “Dean of Taxation’s Lecture Hall” – for breaking tax news and updates from the Hill. The IRS recently ended its tiered directive program (IRS – Tiered Issues Memorandum)

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