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How the Cannabis Industry is Earning Big in Tax Credits

With the growing legalization of recreational and medicinal marijuana comes the increase in the demand for marijuana farms, pharmaceutical companies, and dispensaries. These companies are regularly coming up with more efficient methods of creating the products, and these innovations can often result in qualifying for the R&D tax credit.

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PATH Act Creates Permanent Expansion of the R&D Tax Credit

Companies across various industries are able to take advantage of the R&D Tax Credit by offsetting their earned credits against costs their company spent performing research activities to develop or improve their products, processes, and software. Even though the R&D credit was created to boost innovation within United States business and is an extremely lucrative credit, it has not always been a reliable tax break and has only recently become a permanent credit.

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Tax Relief Available for Architects

Architects and designers are able to take advantage of the R&D tax credit, which rewards significant credits to companies that perform qualifying research activities in order to develop or improve their products, processes, or software. Many companies within the architectural industry fail to take advantage of the credit simply because they are unaware that they can qualify. Architects are frequently working on projects that seek to advance the science or technology of their designs.

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Quick Tax Tips – Research and Development

Nearly all businesses can qualify for the Research and Development tax credit. R&D was created as an incentive for businesses to undergo innovative research activities to develop or improve products, processes, or software.

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45L Energy Efficient Home Credit – $2,000 Tax Credit for Going Green

Earn Big for Taking Energy-Efficient Initiatives Eligible contractors and home builders can claim up to $2,000 in credits if the residence they’ve worked to construct or renovate meets the energy-efficient threshold. Eligible contractors and builders must own and have a basis in the qualified energy efficient home, and have been in charge at the time of the construction in order

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