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The tax credit for increasing research activities R&D Tax Credit

The tax credit for increasing research activities, known as the R&D Tax Credit, has been a part of the tax legislation of the United States since 1981. First implemented temporarily and made permanent in 2015 as a part of the Economic Recovery Tax Act.

The main reason behind this was to maintain and retain the technological and innovation leadership of the USA. Research and development is a mandatory part of innovation and is financially risky by nature too.

You may be able to claim up to $250,000 in research and development costs from your payroll tax or income tax if your business qualifies for R&D tax credits.

Learn more about how the R&D Tax Credit help minimizes the financial risks associated with innovation, especially for startups.

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What Are R&D Tax Credits

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Employee Retention Credit Under CARES Act

Employee Retention Credit was established in 2020 under the CARES Act. It applies to employers who experienced a significant reduction in revenues or whose businesses were forced to shut down partially due to the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020 and 2021.

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