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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IRS Should Level The Field For R&D Tax Credits

 For years now, the architectural, engineering, and construction community has been receiving the research and development tax credits it deserves for fostering innovation in its creation of America’s vital infrastructure.[1]

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“Congressional Intent” – The Senate Finance Committee Republicans

Tax Alert: The Senate Finance Committee Republicans sent a letter yesterday to #Treasury and #IRS providing their “congressional intent” regarding three #TCJA provisions that require technical corrections – QIP, NOL, and the sexual harassment settlement deduction.

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Hotel Owners Can Increase ROI with Specialty Tax Incentives

Are you a hotel owner? If so, you can increase your return on investment (ROI) with specialty tax incentives, such as cost segregation for accelerated depreciation and reduced tax liability.

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Cost Segregation From An IRS Standpoint

After more than 40 years of court rulings and legislative acts affecting the Investment Tax Credit, cost segregation has become a complex niche incentive within real estate. To fully understand

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