Research & Development Tax Credit experts Tax Credits Group, (TCG) President Michael Krajcer and Managing Director Bethany Jones-Worner will speak on the topic of the R&D Tax Credit during two live upcoming webinar events being held on Tuesday Nov. 29 and Tuesday Dec. 6th.
These virtual educational sessions are sponsored by Cleveland-based cost segregation and energy savings specialists Duffy+Duffy, and are co-sponsored by TCG along with Cincinnati-based 1031 exchange experts Strategic Property Exchange, LLC.
Both webinar sessions are being offered in conjunction with the free annual fall 2016 Duffy+Duffy tax savings event series which will take place in 6 cities located throughout Ohio, Pennsylvania and Michigan.
Those in attendance at any of this year’s events will learn powerful tax planning tools and strategies to maximizing deductions and credits. This year’s agenda includes:
- Cost Segregation/Energy (2CPE)
- Research & Development (1 CPE)
- SEC 1031 Exchange (2 CPE)
- Repair Regulations (1 CPE)
- Resolving Taxes with the IRS (2 CPE)
*Check back in soon for an update on session times
CPAs, CFO’s, accountants, tax preparers or other interested parties can register for an upcoming webinar event at: http://costsegexperts.com/free-cpe-seminars or by phone at 440.892.3339. *Please note, free 8 hours of CPE is only available to individuals residing within Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Kentucky and Indiana.
R&D Tax Credit Session
2016 is a groundbreaking year for the Research & Development Tax Credit. With so many new taxpayer favorable changes to the associated legislation and regulations, CPA’s and tax practitioners need to be aware of the new opportunity awaiting their clients, as well as the areas of risk associated with claiming it. In their 60 minute session, Krajcer and Jones-Worner will provide attendees with insight on the following topics:
- An understanding of eligibility requirements, including qualifying activities and costs
- An examination of the new R&D Tax Credit PATH Act provisions
- An understanding of how CPAs and tax practitioners can help their clients properly plan for a permanent credit