Rebecca Branch

R&D Manager

Rebecca Branch is a licensed attorney in the state of Texas with over a decade of experience working on R&D tax credits. She completed her undergraduate degree at University of Washington in 2008 and then moved to Houston to attend University of Houston Law Center. While attending law school, Rebecca joined both the Moot Court team and the Houston Journal of Business and Tax. After graduating from law school in 2011, she passed the Texas State Bar Exam. She then began work as a corporate tax consultant specializing in R&D tax credits. Rebecca joined the ETS R&D credit department in February of 2017.

Rebecca Branch

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How AI is Changing the Game for Real Estate Investors through Tax Credits and Incentives

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing industries worldwide, and real estate investing is no exception. While AI is streamlining property management and optimizing investment strategies, one ...

IRS Guidance on I.R.C. § 41 Research Credit Refund Claims: What You Need to Know

Navigating the complexities of tax credits can be daunting, especially when it comes to the I.R.C. § 41 research credit. This credit, designed to incentivize ...

Can Cost Segregation Be Used as a Planning Tool in Real Estate Investments?

In the world of real estate investing, savvy investors are always on the lookout for strategies to maximize profitability and streamline financial management. One such ...

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