KBKG R&D TAX CREDIT SOFTWARE
Effortless R&D Tax Credit Calculations
- KBKG makes it easy for small businesses and CPAs to calculate their own R&D credits
- By working with Fortune 500 companies on the most complicated tax issues, our expertise and experience has resulted in designing this new resource for you to maximize your potential savings on your taxes.
Reduce Taxes Today with Quick R&D Tax Credit Calculations
R&D Payroll Tax Credit Calculator
The R&D tax credit is now permanent and for the first time ever, small businesses and start-ups can take advantage of this lucrative tax credit. Estimate your tax savings using our quick, simple R&D Payroll Tax Credit Calculator, then contact us using the form above. One of our R&D experts will contact you right away to begin the process of securing the credit.
Software built to deliver valuable solutions
Built from veteran tax credit experts with an unparalleled track record that has resulted in billions of dollars in incentives for clients, KBKG has delivered a legendary product in the R&D Tax Credit software that provides quantifiable results for clients and businesses.
Unlock the power of the KBKG R&D Tax Credit Software
Fortune 500 Companies have had access to R&D tax credits for over 4 decades. Now small businesses & startups have access to properly calculate tax credits of up to $50,000.
Products and Processes
Annual Revenue: $6.5 Million
in Federal & State R&D Tax Credits
Get Tax Credits for Your Research
Refunds are available for companies performing research within the Software Development Industry. The research credit provides dollar-for-dollar cash savings each year for companies performing activities related to the development of new or improved products and processes. These benefits could provide much needed cash to hire additional employees, increase R&D, and expand production facilities.
Many companies involved with software development are unaware that their efforts within designing and developing their products can yield a large amount of research credits. Qualified start-up companies may elect to use up to $250,000 of the research credit against payroll taxes.