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Tech/Software Development Activities and the R&D Credit

Updated: Oct 23, 2020

Tax Credit Collective overviews tech activities that can qualify for tax credits- especially the Research & Development tax credit.

Does your Company Engage In These Activities?

We frequently help businesses capture the R&D Tax Credit when they have spent time and effort on developing new software or technology. If your businesses engages in these tech activities, you could be eligible to capture the Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit.

  • Developing new or improved software technology;

  • Developing requirements, domain, software elements, or scope analysis for new or improved software;

  • Designing and developing software architecture;

  • Establishing interfaces and functional relationships between various software modules;

  • Programming, compiling and testing source code;

  • Collaboration between sales, support, implementation, and/or development staff to establish and evaluate software specifications;

  • Conducting unit, integration, functional, performance, and regression testing;

  • Maintaining and enhancing software by identifying new bugs, issues, and requirements;

  • ... 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.


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