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Research Credit Awaits Renewal

The research credit is still not a part of the permanent tax code and as such, taxpayers are still anxiously awaiting Congressional approval amid an IRS warning that further delays could result in problems as filing deadlines quickly approach. Based on the projected budget for the package of 50+ tax breaks for taxpayers, the research credit (a.k.a. the Credit for Increasing Research Activities) ha...
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Life After Connecticut’s Reduction of State Research Credit

On June 3rd the Connecticut legislators passed a tax package that severely reduced the amount of state research credit being offered to companies from 70 percent to 50 percent. This comes along with other changes that includes a 15 year limit on utilization (the current limit on the federal credit is 20 years). Recently, Boehringer Ingelheim, a pharmaceutical company based in Germany, released an ...
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