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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Latest News Surrounding Accounting Method Changes, Safe Harbor, Depreciation, and Research Tax Credit

Change to Accounting Methods to Comply with the New Tangible Property Regulations The IRS recently issued two revenue procedures that primarily compile the rules for requesting consent to change accounting

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Brian Applebaum joins Engineered Tax Services Research & Development (R&D) Department and Business Development Team out of Houston, TX. He will serve as a Project Manager for R&D while utilizing

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On Friday, January 16, 2015, the Department of Treasury released proposed regulations for the R&D Tax Credit regarding the inclusion of computer software developed primarily for internal use. The proposed regulations define internal

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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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On December 3, the House passed a one year extension package of the expired tax breaks and on December 16, the Senate renewed the 55-tax incentive package retroactively back to

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On December 3, the House passed a one year extension package of the expired tax breaks and on December 16, the Senate renewed the 55-tax incentive package retroactively back to

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Tax Planning for 2015 On December 3, 2014, The House passed the one-year extension of the tax extenders package. Once passed by the Senate and signed into law, the House

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The Research & Development Tax Credit (§41) is a surprisingly underutilized tax tool. Somewhere between 30-40 percent of expenditures were unclaimed in 2010 and the trend continues as valuable tax dollars remain untouched every

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