R&D Tax Credits and the IRS: How to Prepare for Audit

Course Description:
This webinar will cover what you might encounter if the IRS audits the Research & Development (R&D) Tax Credit filing claims. Topics include IRS organization, personnel potentially involved in the audit, history of IRS guidance and projects, typical audit procedures, common problem areas, and resolution tools. In the event that there is an audit you need to learn what to expect and how to be prepared.

Objectives:

  • Provide a general overview of the IRS organization and personnel often involved in R&D Tax Credit audits.
  • Learn where the IRS guidance on R&D Tax Credit issues originated from.
  • Understand what to expect in an IRS audit of the R&D Tax Credit.
  • Discuss the possible resolutions to any problems or disagreements occurred in an R&D Tax Credit audit.

Who should attend?
This live webinar is designed for tax, accounting, and other professionals who are performing research and are claiming the RC including but not limited to: CEOs, CIOs, CFOs, and engineers.


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R&D Tax Credits and the IRS: How to Prepare for Audit

6/5/201911:00am PDT1 hour
This webinar will cover what you might encounter if the IRS audits the Research & Development (R&D) Tax Credit filing claims. Topics include IRS organization, personnel potentially involved in the audit, history of IRS guidance and projects, typical audit procedures, common problem areas, and resolution tools. In the event that there is an audit you need to learn what to expect and how to be prepared. Please note, by attending this webinar, you are now subscribed to KBKG. Should you wish to unsubscribe, please visit: http://info.kbkg.com/hs/manage-preferences/unsubscribe-simple.

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