With the expiration of 179D EPAct, there has been a lot of questions surrounding the extension of the deduction and the enactment of 179F.  No one can be certain of

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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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Axiom Solutions Is Out of Business – Searching for a New Research & Development Provider Consider Engineered Tax Services (ETS) as you enter the market in search of a new

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By Peter J. Scalise As a synopsis, I.R.C. § 174 allows taxpayers to elect to take a current deduction for research and experimentation expenditures in the tax year they are

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By Peter J. Scalise of Engineered Tax Services, National Partner-in-Charge and Federal Tax Practice Leader Introduction In order to maximize your accounting firm’s overall efficiency, effectiveness, and productivity in connection

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The Internal Revenue Service (hereinafter “the Service”) has issued Notice 2013-20 in connection to the allocation of the Research and Experimentation Tax Credit (hereinafter “RTC”) to members of a controlled

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[info_box style=”none” icon=””]Firms in all major industries claim the R&D credit such as manufacturing professional, scientific, technical services, as well as information sectors.[/info_box] The Research & Development (R&D) tax credit

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