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10 December 2017 | 0

The New World of the R&D Tax Credit

When it comes to the research and development (R&D) tax credit, it’s a new world out there for U.S. startups and small businesses — and their CFOs should be getting in front of this potentially game-changing opportunity, no matter when their companies file their taxes.

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10 December 2017 | 0

New York Pours Tax Incentives into the Craft Brewing Industry

Recent years have seen governments experiment with different ways of encouraging entrepreneurs to launch new businesses, especially in new or growing industries. The expanding popularity of craft beer and brewpubs presents one such example. The authors discuss federal and state tax incentives and benefits available to craft breweries in New York State, as well as regulations and considerations to take into account when dealing with businesses in this industry.

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25 November 2017 | 0

3D Printing of Disaster Relief Tools and Shelters, and R&D Tax Credits

Unfortunately, impoverished areas are disproportionately impacted by natural disasters because civilians live in more vulnerable environments. With less durable structures, catastrophic events can leave families displaced for weeks or even months with limited food and water supplies.

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24 November 2017 | 0

CPA Guidance on Federal R&D Tax Credit

Governments typically incentivize private industry to produce research and development (R&D) as a strategic tool to advance their economies. Initially temporary, the federal R&D tax credit became the United States’ primary means for rewarding business for investment in research. The PATH Act of 2015 permanently extended the R&D tax credit and expanded its provisions. The author lays out the basics of R&D tax credit and investigates the initial impact of the PATH Act by surveying its effect on 40 companies.

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