Simplifying Research on R&D Tax Incentives

Research and development is where companies hone a competitive edge by creating new products and services to meet current and future market demands. CCH Expert Treatise Library: Federal Research and Development Tax Incentives helps corporate tax professionals keep pace with the ever-changing federal rules that govern R&D from a tax incentive perspective.

This treatise offers a current, comprehensive look at this vital topic and translates complex regulatory language into actionable strategies. CCH Expert Treatise Library: Federal Research and Development Tax Incentives brings together a variety of features to help you avoid costly mistakes, make the right decisions and provide practical advice to your corporation, business partners or clients. Features include:

  • A comprehensive, global perspective. Renowned industry expert and author Michael D. Rashkin, JD, LLM, has extensive experience in establishing international tax structures, managing tax departments and working with high-technology companies to select locations for R&D design centers and negotiate their tax incentives.
  • Coverage of pertinent research and tax incentive issues. Key topics include R&D tax incentives and their role in the world economy; the deduction for R&D expenditures; activities that are eligible for and excluded from the research credit; and computational rules for the incremental research credit.
  • Access to supporting documents. Quickly find accurate answers through links to the Internal Revenue Code, federal tax regulations, and relevant cases, websites and articles.
  • Interactive practice aids. Increase your efficiency with timesaving practice tools such as audit technique guides, audit guidelines and sample forms.

In addition to this volume, the entire CCH Expert Treatise Library suite is accessible through the award-winningIntelliConnect® platform that conveniently provides links to cited primary sources and other key documents.

“Our expert treatises are ideal for all tax professionals looking for up-to-date, easy-to-understand expert analysis, explanations, guidance and direct answers to a variety of complex tax issues,” says Mark Friedlich, CCH Director of Publishing. “All CCH treatise titles are written by today’s leading tax professionals, including the industry’s leading CPAs, attorneys and professors. They provide the unique insights, guidance, comprehensiveness and depth that are the hallmarks of world-class treatises — while presenting details in a much more contemporary, accessible and easier-to-read manner than treatises written decades ago.”

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