IRS Should Level The Field For R&D Tax Credits

Law360 (March 5, 2021, 4:20 PM EST) -- For years now, the architectural, engineering and construction community has been receiving the research and development tax credits it deserves for fostering innovation in its creation of America's vital infrastructure.[1]

But recently the architectural, engineering and construction community has begun seeing an increase in unfair denials of these credits by the Internal Revenue Services, breaking with the long-standing application of the research and development tax credit for businesses that provide these important services.

When my company, Engineered Tax Services[2], which represents members within the architectural, engineering and construction community, brought up this fact in meetings with members of the U.S. House...

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