Many construction companies do not take full advantage of government incentive programs and Research and Development Tax Credits due to misconceptions regarding the types of activities that qualify.
Suppose your company uses advanced modeling software to develop and test mock-up designs or works to improve construction processes for increased efficiency or reliability. In that case, you may qualify for R&D tax credits.
Our partner Ryan Foley breaks it down for you.
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 Construction Activities That Qualify for R&D Credits
- Exploring means and methods and construction techniques
- Preparing structure and facility design for constructibility
- Developing and improving construction equipment development
- Designing LEED/green initiatives
- Designing HVAC/Mechanical systems
Comprehensive Guide to R&D Tax Credits
1 in 20 eligible companies take advantage of R&D Tax Credits. This FREE guide contains an executive summary of the tax credit and industry-specific lists of common qualifying activities so you can take advantage of available opportunities.
Many construction companies are unaware that the government offers generous incentive programs. Others are aware of the R&D Tax Credit, but fail to take full advantage due to misconceptions about the types of activities that qualify. The fact is that a broad range of common construction industry practices will qualify for the credit under the Internal Revenue Code’s definition of R&D.
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