Circumstances Under Which Taxpayers Benefit from the R&D Tax Credit

The Research & Experimentation Tax Credit or R&D Tax Credit is a general business tax credit under Internal Revenue Code section 41 for companies that incur research and development (R&D) costs in the United States.  Companies may claim the R&D credit against tax for certain qualified R&D expenditures, and combine the credit as one of the components of the general business credit.

To discover more, watch our latest presentation which explains the circumstances under which some taxpayers benefit from the R&D tax credit.

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