Research Credits & Incentives

The Research & Development (R&D) Tax Credit is a permanent credit made available to help companies reinvest in their future. R&D incentives provide significant tax benefits at the federal and state levels by reducing current and future years’ tax liabilities.

We Provide the Following Offerings:

  • Subject matter expert interviews
  • Memo reviews
  • High level review of activities
  • Base calculation adjustments for acquisitions and dispositions
  • Contemporaneous documentation review
  • Creation of a custom time survey
  • Automated solutions
  • Contract review as it applies to funded research
  • Section 174

Why A&M

Many Clients rely on A&M year after year to ensure they are getting all the R&D benefits they’re entitled to under tax incentive program. Our expertise and a proven method of uncovering qualifying expenses help corporations by making sure they are all identified and supported upon examination. Rely on us for:

  • Knowledge base: A&M’s national team of highly expert professionals keeps abreast of changes to tax credit legislation and any new wrinkles in tax law on the federal level.
  • Client-focused approach: We tailor our assessment and analysis to the type, size, and particular R&D activity of each Client.
  • Proven process: By using a proprietary system of software and tools, we have developed proven processes to ensure credits are fully claimed and fully supported.
  • Benefit discovery: Most companies don’t know with certainty whether they are qualifying for all credits and incentives available to them. We can fill that knowledge gap and discover all qualifying benefits, especially when a business event occurs, such as expansion into new states or during an acquisition or disposition.

The A&M Difference

Our R&D services are designed to accomplish the following goals:

  • Develop an understanding of how your company develops and improves its products, processes, or software.
  • Determine which stages of that process comprise qualified elements of a process of experimentation.
  • Identify and document your qualified activities, projects, and costs in terms of those stages/elements.

Meet Our Practice Leaders

    • Kathleen King

    • Managing Director
    • Washington, D.C.
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    • Brett Nowak

    • Managing Director
    • San Francisco, CA
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    • Stephanie Doughty

    • Managing Director
    • Washington, D.C.
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    • Alan Bass

    • Senior Director
    • Jacksonville, FL
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