Updated: Jan 21
Tax Credit Collective overviews manufacturing activities that can qualify for tax credits- especially the Research & Development tax credit.
Does Your Manufacturing Business Engage In These Activities?
There are many activities that can qualify various manufacturers for capturing the Research and Development (R&D) tax credit. If your company does any of these activities, you could be eligible for the Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit.
Implementing new manufacturing processes or improvements
Implementing testing or quality control
Developing new products for a customer where technical doubt must be overcome in order to satisfy their requirements
Using your know-how that is treated as a trade secret or patentable
Going through multiple iterations, designs, code revisions, redlines, blueprints, or schematics
Incorporating or developing new technology to catch up to your competitor
Attempting to develop or improve a process or product and eventually abandoning the attempt
...and more activities. This is not an exhaustive list!
Tax Credits Can Be Complicated
We know Tax Credits can be tricky to understand, calculate and substantiate. We're here to help you determine if you are eligible to capture the R&D tax credit. You can reach us at 833-3INCENT.