Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit
This webinar will cover the fundamentals of the Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit. Topics include history and recent developments, project qualifications, calculating the benefits, the chronology of a typical project, and joint issues. Hundreds of companies take advantage of the credit each year to increase their bottom line. It’s time to learn how you can benefit!
- Provide a general overview of the R&D Tax Credit
- Learn how to identify qualifying projects
- Understand the various calculation methods and a sample calculation
- Discuss the project implementation and issues to consider
Who should attend?
This live webinar is designed for tax, accounting, and other professionals who are performing R&D. Including but not limited to: CEOs, CIOs, CFOs, and engineers.
Available Dates & Registration
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- *This course qualifies for 1 Learning Unit for AIA Continuing Education
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WHAT ATTENDEES ARE SAYING ABOUT US
"Outstanding webinar on the basics of the R&D credit. The information they provided was easy to understand, relevant to multiple industries and focused less on a product they are trying to sell and more on teaching the topic at hand. One of my favorite webinars I've participated in!"
Alecia B, Tulsa, OK
"The presenters were knowledgeable in the R&D Credit and were able to present in such a manner that made the calculations easy to grasp and the components that comprise the credit easy to understand. Thank you!"
Marta H, Tampa, FL
"Accumulating necessary information in order to obtain the R&D credit can be a daunting task for an organization and this seminar provided some big picture items to consider when considering whether it is beneficial and worthwhile to obtain the R&D credit for the organization."
Jason M, Omaha, NE
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