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Architecture, Engineering, and Construction firms designing plans for their best bottom line

Brady Bryan, CEO
The R&D tax credit may be one of the best kept secret that many architecture, engineering and construction firms (AEC firms) are not aware of, and/or not taking advantage of. Some might think that because there are only a handful of designers and one or two principals that it is too small to bother with. Others might think that because they are being paid by clients, that the work performed cannot qualify for R&D tax credits. Or perhaps one may be in landscape architecture, geotechnical engineering or another niche, and incorrectly believes that the R&D tax credit cannot apply to them. After reading this brief article, perhaps you might contact your CPA or qualified consultant to discuss this opportunity further. Continue reading Architecture, Engineering, and Construction firms designing plans for their best bottom line

Software Development can be taxing…for the right reasons!

Brady Bryan, CEO

Annually, we have the pleasure to speak to dozens (if not hundreds) of CFO’s and CEO’s of software companies. Many are purely in the software development space, while others are performing software development in furtherance of another core business like financial services. Most are surprised to know that both federal and state research and development (“R&D”) tax credits may apply to their company. In fact, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) states that “software design is inherently iterative,” and thus may qualify for the R&D tax credit. So, where does your company stand? Continue reading Software Development can be taxing…for the right reasons!