R&D Tax Credit
The R&D Tax Credit was introduced in 1981 to increase technical jobs in America by encouraging businesses to invest in innovation. It is now the most significant permanent tax credit available. As the competition within the American marketplace continues to intensify, companies need to utilize every resource they can. This credit intends to support innovative industries, like manufacturing, so they can reallocate funds back into their businesses to help with the following
- Retaining and attracting more technical talent;
- Scaling their business; and
- Remaining competitive.