It may not be as easy for architecture and engineering firms to qualify for R&D credits, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. Now that tax reform may result in lower corporate tax rates, it’s a good time to investigate any R&D activities that occurred for the 2015, 2016 or 2017 tax years. Resulting credits could offset higher federal tax in previous years as well as state franchise or business tax collected in Texas. The first step is an R&D study.

Download the Whitepaper here: A/E/C Firms Should Take Another Look at R&D Credit Qualification