Manufacturers: Identify tax savings through the R&D Tax Credit

    The cost of doing business in the manufacturing and distribution industry is high, but it’s possible to bring cash back into your business through the Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit. Overall, any company that develops a new or improved product or process can realize substantial tax savings through the R&D Tax Credit.

    In this video, Henrietta Fuchs, CPA, Partner, and Co-Leader of CohnReznick’s Manufacturing and Distribution Industry Practice, and Scott Ibbotson, JD, a Manager within the firm’s Research & Development Tax Credit Services Practice will review the ways in which manufacturers who design, develop, and improve on processes and products can identify significant tax saving opportunities through the R&D Tax Credit.


    Scott Ibbotson, Manager, National Tax - R&D


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    • Contact Henrietta Henrietta+Fuchs
      Henrietta Fuchs

      CPA, Partner, Manufacturing and Distribution Industry – Co-Leader

    • Hamilton
      Contact Scott Scott+Hamilton
      Scott Hamilton

      CPA, Partner

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