The Research & Experimentation tax credit, also referred to as the “R&E”, “R&D” or “Research” tax credit incentivizes companies to invest in people and technology that can lead to growth in revenues and profitability, as well as to promote job retention and expansion. The credit focuses on three types of expenditures: qualified wages, supply costs and contract research.
On June 13, 2019, final IRS Treasury Regulations were issued that impact and directly relate to several of the provisions enacted in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (December 2017).
RubinBrown recently attended the mid-year board meeting of the National Association of Home Builders in Washington, D.C.
Cyber security has to be embedded into the compliance fabric of online
gambling operators and decision makers. Security is not something bolted
on after a new online application is created, it has to be integrated
using security by design.