Did you know that architecture firms are in a great position to claim federal and state Research and Development Tax Credits? Many design and development activities for new unique buildings or expansion and improvement of existing structures often qualify for R&D Tax Incentive.
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Did you know that there are significant federal and state tax credits available for a range of R&D activities? These credits, often in excess of six figures can provide you with critical cash to reinvest in your business.
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Common Architecture Activities That Qualify for R&D Credits
- Developing unique energy efficient features
- Designing master plans
- Developing schematic designs
- Developing planning and elevation drawing
- Designing a functional site plan to incorporate or overcome the site plan features
Comprehensive Guide to R&D Tax Credits
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The complexity of modern construction often requires a great deal of innovation architects. Firms may not realize that the design and development activities of creating master plans, structural, mechanical, and electrical systems for unique buildings and structures may constitute qualified R&D activities, yielding significant R&D tax benefits.