Congress returned from recess on Sept. 8th and may be forced to tackle the 50+ provisions that expired at the end of 2013. However, legislation probably will not be passed

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To receive the latest industry updates and upcoming events, subscribe to our newsletter!   [one_third] IN THIS ISSUE Tax Extenders Research Tax Credit Proposed 179D Upcoming Events  Webinar   SPECIALTY

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As an architect or Engineer, both you and your clients may be entitled to substantial federal tax incentives. At Engineered Tax Services (ETS), we partner with Architects and Engineers nationally

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For the latest industry updates and upcoming events, register for our newsletter [hr] 2013 Tax Filing ‘Window of Opportunity' By Heidi Henderson, Engineered Tax Services Over the past six months,

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The Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit is one of the most significant domestic tax credits serving as a substantial tool for maximizing a company’s cash flow and bottom line. Despite

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Subscribe to our Newsletter for Industry Updates and Upcoming Events Final Repair Reg Accounting Method Change Procedures Issued (Rev. Proc. 2014-16) Published by CCH Group On January 24, 2014 the

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Do Your Research & Development (§41) Activities Qualify For The Research Credit? [box title=”Activities That Qualify” centered_title=”true” inner_padding=”small” with_bg=”true”] Developing or Formulating New or Improved Products Functionally Enhancing Existing Products or

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Published on Parker Tax Publishing 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

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Hopefully you made it through the spring tax deadlines and are content with the results. As we roll into summer, now is an ideal time of year to review any pertinent tax regulations for

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