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Health and Fitness Companies Shaping Up To Promote Healthy Living Can Receive Huge Tax Benefits

Companies who are focusing on advancing health products, fitness services or providing healthier alternatives can qualify for tax credits for their efforts    The health and fitness industry has seen a large increase in the last couple of years, especially with concerns centering around the current pandemic, and more people are becoming aware of the overall connection between their health and

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Tax Secrets Corporations Should Know Before The April 15th Deadline

The C-corporation tax return deadline is right around the corner and while your company is getting everything in order for April 15th, there are a few things you might want to consider before completing your 2020 tax return. With recent changes to tax codes and ongoing developments in the business world, your company may apply for hidden tax incentives and

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Georgia Supports Business Tax Credits For Investing in Valuable Research and Development Work

Companies all across America have been changing the use of their time and resources to keep up with the shifting landscape of their industries. Because of this, businesses have needed to conduct research and development activities to create new and improved products and services. To help companies keep up with this growth, federal and state governments have created tax credits

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179D Has Permanently Been Extended; What Does This Mean for Taxpayers?

Green construction and the implementation of energy-efficient structures and systems in both federal and privately-owned buildings has seen massive increases over the years. The government has been encouraging this eco-friendly shift with incentives for commercial buildings that go green. In 2005, the Energy-Efficient Commercial Buildings Deduction (179D) was created to promote taxpayers to build, renovate and design with energy conservation

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Advances in Technological Services May Qualify Insurance Companies for R&D Tax Credits

Insurance Companies Who Invest in Developing Their Technology to Improve Services for Agents, Customers and Other Associates May be Able to Take Advantage of Tax Credits Insurance companies have started to shift away from the traditional methods in which they provide customers and partners with insurance services. The main change has been the integration of technology in the insurance industry

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