Don't Let Over $30 Billion Go to Waste:

Claim Your Share of the R&D Tax Credits

Click to See the Qualifications for Your Industry and Claim Up To $1M For The Previous 3 Years + Up To $500K/Year For The Next 4 Years.

Harnessing the Power of R&D Tax Credits

Contrary to misconceptions, many "ordinary" activities qualify for R&D credits, making these funds accessible and beneficial to a wide range of businesses across different industries.

Here are few of many benefits tied to leveraging your R&D Tax Credits eligibility:

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Boosted Cash Flow

Inject a much-needed financial boost into your business and free up funds for expansion and investment.

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Refundable Tax Credits

R&D credits aren't just deductions - they are refundable tax credits, meaning they directly reduce your tax bill dollar for dollar, providing tangible cash savings.

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Funding for Innovation

Channel funds into research and development initiatives to help your business stay ahead of the curve.

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Employee Engagement

Provide resources for your employees to explore new ideas and increase job satisfaction and engagement.

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Long-Term Growth

Lay the foundation for sustainable long-term growth and success.

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Thousands of Companies Empowered to Qualify for the R&D Tax Credit, Often Unaware of Their Eligibility!

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For R&D Credits

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Of research funds untapped

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Gets utilized

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Of elegible companies apply

Leverage the Unclaimed R&D Tax Credits to Power Innovation

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Businesses across every industry are unknowingly passing up on a golden opportunity.

They leave behind tens, even hundreds of thousands of dollars annually that could be rightfully claimed through federal and state research and development (R&D) tax credits.

Each year, the US Government allocates a staggering $50 Billion for R&D credits. Shockingly, less than $20 Billion is used, leaving over $30 Billion in research funds gathering dust.

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Each year, the US Government allocates a staggering $50 Billion for R&D credits. Shockingly, less than $20 Billion is used, leaving over $30 Billion in research funds gathering dust.

So why do only 33% of eligible companies access this goldmine?

Because most businesses don't even know they qualify for the R&D tax credits due to the misconception that this fund is exclusive to scientists and lab enthusiasts.

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The truth is

Any company involved in making things faster, better, greener, or more efficient in any way, is likely eligible to claim the federal R&D tax credit for the past three years and the state credit for the past four years, depending on the company's tax return filing deadline.

Click below to check if you qualify and don't let your share of this substantial pool of funds go to waste!

What Qualifies you for R&D Tax Credits?

The IRS gives us a broad definition of Research & Development, which leaves us room for a vast variety of activities across different industries to qualify for the $50 billion pool of funds.

You might be surprised at what qualifies under R&D Tax Credits eligible activities. For example, if your business is operating any differently since 2019 due to the pandemic, you'll likely qualify for the R&D Credit.

Any company can claim R&D Tax Credits as long as they are undertaking activities that meet the requirements of the 4-Part Test:

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Permitted Purpose

In simple terms, the purpose of the activity or project must be to create something new or improve upon a product, process, software, invention, patent, or formula (referred to as a business component).

The permitted purpose falls under a broad umbrella that includes improving functionality, performance, reliability, or quality of the business component.

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Elimination of Uncertainty

The activities and project in question must attempt to eliminate uncertainty related to the optimal design, development methodology, or component's capability to achieve the permitted purpose.

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Process of Experimentation

Substantially, all of the activities constitute elements of a process of experimentation.

The activities must include a systematic evaluation of alternative solutions to eliminate the technical uncertainty through, for example, trial and error or a Product Development Lifecycle ("PDLC").

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Technological in Nature

The activities and process of experimentation must rely on the fundamental principles of the hard sciences, including biology, computer science, engineering, physics, or chemistry.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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