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With modifications to the CARES Act, most, if not all, businesses now meet the qualification criteria for the ERTC.
Even if you received PPP funds, you could take advantage of the increased savings with the Employee Retention Credit for 2020 and 2021.
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If your company is in the manufacturing industry, don’t overlook the important role that Research and Development Tax Credits could play in your funding strategy. Qualifying expenses can include new or improved solutions, parts or products, supplies and materials that go into testing, new manufacturing lines, and much more.
Learn all you need to know about Manufacturing R&D Tax Credits from our partner Ryan Foley.
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.
Take our FREE ASSESSMENT and find out what you could be eligible for, today.
Common Manufacturing Activities That Qualify for R&D Credits
- Customer interface / value engineering
- Innovating product development using computer aided design tools
- Developing second-generation or improved products
- Designing and developing cost-effective and innovative operational processes
- Integrating new materials to improve product performance and manufacturing processes
Comprehensive Guide to R&D Tax Credits
1 in 20 eligible companies take advantage of R&D Tax Incentive. 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.
If your company is in the manufacturing industry and you’ve recently introduced new or improved products, taken on a new job, or implemented manufacturing lines there is a strong chance that you could benefit from an R&D Tax Credit study.