Are you in the Engineering industry? Do you know that the design and development activities of mechanical and electrical systems for new or improved systems are eligible for federal and state Research & Development Tax Credits?
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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 Engineering Activities That Qualify for R&D Credits
- Value engineering
- Conducting environmental design
- Conducting sustainable design
- Experimenting with new materials and technologies
- Performing CAD modeling
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.
Modern engineering requires a great deal of innovation. Firms may not realize that the design and development activities of mechanical and electrical systems for unique systems and structures may constitute qualified R&D activities, yielding significant R&D tax benefits.