About Our PartnershipAccelerateH2O

Swanson Reed is a global R&D tax credit consulting firm. We assist companies with accessing the benefits of State and Federal based Research & Development tax incentives.

In addition to our certified public accountants, our team includes mechanical, electrical and chemical engineering staff, and PhD qualified chemists and biochemists that have specialized solely in the R&D tax credit for many years.
We provide AccelerateH2O Network members with:
  • no-cost feasibility studies to determine financial benefit for qualifying research activities;
  • sourced grants, incentives, and funding opportunities for water technology innovation;
  • calculated R&D tax credits and technical briefs to substantiate claims; and
  • a finalization pack for your tax accountant to file at a discounted network rate.

About Swanson Reed

We help companies claim the R&D Tax CreditISO-31000-Risk-Management-300x200

With offices across Texas, Swanson Reed manages all facets of the R&D tax claim process, including:

  1. R&D tax credit eligibility assessments
  2. R&D tax credit claim preparation
  3. R&D tax advisory services (including  claim and documentation assurance and IRS review advisory)

We treat client confidentiality and client tax risk seriously:

  • We are certified to the  ISO31000:2009 Risk Management standard
  • All claims prepared by Swanson Reed undergo a six eye review
  • All claims undergo a technical review involving a qualified engineer and certified public accountant
  • Our tax risk and general risk management policies and processes are independently reviewed each year

Our Difference

  1. We care about price –  Our fees are the most competitive in the market
  2. We care about risk – We’re one of the most, if not, the most conservative R&D tax providers in the market
  3. We are here to stay – We are Texas’ largest specialist R&D tax firm and we have a long-term outlook

Through the above, we will provide you a service that is distinctly different to anything close to the ‘Big 4′ or larger accounting firms.

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