How Architects Can Overcome IRS Hurdles to Obtain R&D Tax Credits

Architects often ask if they will face resistance from the IRS if they claim R&D tax credits and get audited, but they can improve their chances by following these guidelines

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Why an Architect’s “Passion Projects” Can Qualify for R&D Tax Credits

As we have covered in past posts, there are numerous activities conducted by architects and engineers that qualify for valuable federal and state research and development (R&D) tax credits. The

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Specialty Tax Incentives for Engineers and Architects

If you are an engineer or architect, you may unknowingly be missing out on some specialty tax incentives. Most utility companies also offer custom energy incentives to architects and builders. 

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If you have installed energy-efficient systems you may be eligible for 179D EPAct

If you have installed energy-efficient lighting systems since 2006, you may be eligible for significant tax benefits Did you know DESIGNERS are eligible for a Federal tax benefit of up to $1.80

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How Architects & Engineers Can Benefit From Specialty Tax Incentives

As an architect or engineer, both you and your clients may be entitled to substantial federal tax incentives. As a result, we are seeing an increasing amount of Architects and Engineers partnering

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This newly constructed hotel building in North Carolina reduced their total annual energy and power costs with respect to the interior lighting, HVAC, and building envelope. ETS performed an engineered-based analysis to

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On Friday, December 19, President Barack Obama signed the “tax extenders” bill into law on a retroactive basis for 2014. This is great news for business owners and design professionals

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On Friday, December 19, President Barack Obama signed the “tax extenders” bill into law on a retroactive basis for 2014. This is great news for business owners and design professionals

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Architects are eligible for a federal tax benefit of up to $1.80 per square foot for the design of energy-efficient public buildings. The three-year look back window for architects to

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COST SEGREGATION ANALYSIS A cost segregation study is a federal income tax analysis that increases your near term cash flow in the form of a deferral, by utilizing shorter recovery

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