Securing Tax credits for America’s Innovators
The R&D tax credit is a general business credit that is used to reduce a corporation’s income tax. A business taxpayer may claim the credit if it incurred expenses associated with the development of new products, fabrication processes and software. Qualifying research activities typically involve the efforts of engineers, technicians, software developers, production workers, tooling makers, quality assurance personnel and a variety of others Learn More »
Since 1986, Intrepid Advisors has assisted America’s small and medium-size businesses become more competitive in a global economy while increasing the number of jobs here at home through the use of federal and state R&D tax credits. Our team of experienced engineers and accountants work closely with our clients to successfully deliver maximum benefits year after year. Learn More »
R&D tax credits can amount to as much as 20% of the costs incurred in developing or improving products, fabrication processes and software, yet fewer than 5% of America’s manufacturers and technology companies with revenue less than $100M claim the R&D credit.