Identify, qualify for, and maximize allowable credits.
Dedicated tax professionals specializing in research and development (R&D) tax law help clients get the credit they deserve.
Many businesses overlook a tax incentive for R&D activities at the state, federal, and global level. The tax law is complex and sometimes applies to varying aspects of a business not traditionally thought of as pure R&D activities.
Normally, when companies think of R&D, the focus is on the development of new, cutting-edge products or design standards for an industry. While these highly technical activities generally qualify for the research credit, many of the day-to-day activities of companies may qualify as well such as improvements made to products or business operations.
For income tax purposes, the definition of a qualified activity for the R&D Tax Credit (also referred to as the Research & Experimentation Credit or Research Credit) includes new or improved products, processes, techniques, formulas, patents, and software applications.
Wipfli's Research and Development Tax Credit team helps companies recognize tax savings opportunities available from the R&D tax credit to lower tax liability and, therefore, increase cash flow available for other needs.
Featured Thought Leader
Valerie K. Fedie
Valerie works with a variety of clients to provide research and development (R&D) tax consulting services to maximize R&D tax credits. Her extensive experience includes planning, supervising, and executing R&D tax incentive projects as well as providing federal and state audit support services. Valerie enjoys helping clients overcome challenges and maximize opportunities with new product or process improvements.