House Passes Permanent Extension of the R&D Tax Credit

05/22/2015R&D Tax Credit, Tax Insight

On May 20th, the US House of Representatives passed HR 880, making the Research & Development Tax Credit permanent. The House bill is called the American Research and Competitiveness Bill of 2015. HR 880 provides no revenue offsets which will likely be met with a presidential veto, consistent with what President Obama has promised to … Read More

Texas Governor Signs R&D Credit Legislation

06/17/2013R&D Tax Credit, Tax Insight

On June 14, 2013, Texas Governor Rick Perry signed into law HB 800 reinstating the research and development (R&D) tax credit for Texas companies. Although not permanent, both the sales tax exemption and research credit are extended through 2026 and are expected to be a boost to Texas manufacturing and high-technology industries. Details regarding the … Read More

Maryland’s Research and Development Tax Credit Extended and Annual Limits Increased

05/01/2013R&D Tax Credit, Tax Insight

On April 9, 2013, Maryland’s Governor, Martin O’Malley, approved HB 386 extending and expanding Maryland’s research and development (R&D) tax credit. Maryland’s current R&D tax credit law provides a credit against regular Maryland tax for companies incurring qualified research expenses (QREs) within the state. Maryland currently caps its R&D credits at $6 million per calendar … Read More