4/25/13 (TH) 12:00 - 3:00 pm
EFP Rotenberg, 280 Kenneth Dr #100 Rochester, NY
You do not have to be a manufacturer to claim the R&D credit. Companies of all sizes in a wide range of industries throughout the U.S. have used the R&D tax credit. Many activities can quality for the R&D tax credit, including:
Developing or formulating new or improved products
Functionally enhancing existing products or formulas
Developing new or improved production processes
Assisting customers with technical problem-solving
Developing new or improved software for use internally or sale externally
Applying for patents and prototyping
This important seminar will help your organization take full advantage of Federal and State tax credits. Financial experts from EFP Rotenberg and BDO will provide guidance and insight into how to effectively utilize state and federal research tax credits to grow your business. In addition, they will present the pros and cons of what is coming out of Albany as to state level tax incentives that are designed to encourage investments in and by technology based companies.
Jonathan Forman, CPA, BDO
BDO is a professional services firm providing assurance, tax, financial advisory and consulting services to a wide range of publicly traded and privately held companies. BDO's R&D professionals have helped hundreds of companies, in virtually every industry, claim - and sustain on exam or at appeals - more than $2 billion of R&D benefits.
David Vesniskey, CPA and Partner, EFP Rotenberg
EFP Rotenberg helps clients navigate the most challenging business and financial issues, serving over 25 different industry sectors from Emerging Technology to Global Workforce Services to Alternative Energy. EFP Rotenberg has significant experience in determining tax credit eligibility and has assembled the largest team of dedicated tax experts in the region.
For any additional questions related to the seminar please contact Nicole Lombardi at firstname.lastname@example.org 585-427-8900.
This event is FREE to attend and a light lunch will be available; registration is required.
Please use the link below to register by Tuesday, April 23.
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