Software development and technology companies are strong candidates for the federal research and development (R&D) tax credits. Credit eligible aspects of software development include preliminary scoping, prototyping, application and platform design and testing, coding, programming, developmental cloud computing activities, specialized technology design, system software development, and much more.
Also, many companies that are adding software-based components to their traditional product offerings, are eligible for R&D tax credits.
Our partner Ryan Foley explains it in more detail.
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 Software & Technology Activities That Qualify for R&D Credits
- Developing new or improved technologies
- Conducting requirements, domain, software elements, or scope analysis for a new functional software enhancement
- Evaluating and establishing functional specifications
- Compiling and testing source code
- Developing mobile applications
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.
If your company develops software applications in any industry, there is a strong chance that you could benefit from an R&D Tax Credit study.