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27 06, 2016

Eight Myths Preventing Government Contractors in the Software and Technology Industry from Claiming the R&D Tax Credit

June 27th, 2016|alliantgroup|

Bringing in approximately $10 billion a year, the R&D Tax Credit remains the largest credit out there for the benefit of U.S. businesses—and despite what you may have heard, government contractors in the software and technology industry can indeed qualify for […]

18 12, 2015

President Signs Tax Extenders Bill, Makes R&D Tax Credit Permanent

December 18th, 2015|alliantgroup|

On December 18, President Obama signed into law tax extenders legislation that will extend over 50 expired provisions of the tax code, including several key pro-business initiatives. Among the most vital aspects of the legislation, the extenders bill will expand […]

9 12, 2015

Myth 8: My government contract is expiring. I missed my chance to qualify.

December 9th, 2015|alliantgroup|

As we finish up our blog series on the eight myths that are costing software and technology government contractors big dollars in annual tax savings, let’s turn our attention to the eighth and final R&D Tax Credit myth:

Myth 8: My […]

2 12, 2015

Myth 7: My projects are classified by the U.S. government. This prevents me from claiming the credit.

December 2nd, 2015|alliantgroup|

Moving along in our blog series on the eight myths that are costing software and technology government contractors big dollars in annual tax savings, let’s explore our seventh R&D Tax Credit myth (one that is related to the nature of […]

19 11, 2015

Commercial Printing Businesses Offsetting Digital Investments: 3 R&D Case Studies

November 19th, 2015|alliantgroup|

Among the industries that are evolving quickly and flourishing in technology, commercial printing takes no exception.  Keeping up with the technological demands of software and machinery in this competitive and fragmented market is requiring businesses small and large to operate on […]

18 11, 2015

Myth 6: My government contract prevents me from claiming R&D credits.

November 18th, 2015|alliantgroup|

Moving along in our blog series on the eight myths that are costing software and technology government contractors big dollars in annual tax savings, let’s explore our sixth R&D Tax Credit myth (a myth that deals with the actual government […]

11 11, 2015

Government Contractor Myth 5: I can’t claim the R&D Tax Credit since I am already being paid by the government.

November 11th, 2015|alliantgroup|

Moving along in our blog series on the eight myths that are costing software and technology government contractors big dollars in annual tax savings, let’s explore our fifth R&D Tax Credit myth (a self-censoring myth that is very common among […]

4 11, 2015

Government Contractor Myth 4: I don’t have a system in place to track time or adequate documentation to claim the credit.

November 4th, 2015|alliantgroup|

Moving along in our blog series on the eight myths that are costing software and technology government contractors big dollars in annual tax savings, let’s explore our fourth R&D Tax Credit myth (a myth that deals with the actual mechanics […]

29 10, 2015

Government Contractor Myth 3: The R&D Tax Credit is only for large companies.

October 29th, 2015|alliantgroup|

Moving along in our blog series on the eight myths that are costing software and technology government contractors big dollars in annual tax savings, let’s explore our third R&D Tax Credit myth (a myth that certainly isn’t unique to software […]

28 10, 2015

How 6 Civil Engineering Firms Claimed R&D Tax Credits

October 28th, 2015|alliantgroup|

The R&D Tax Credit can provide an immediate source of funding as well as a significant reduction to current and future years’ federal and state tax liabilities.

Far too many civil engineering firms fail to realize that their activities designing and […]