Contrary to a common misperception, R&D tax credits are not limited to scientists and laboratory-based researchers. In fact, many of the activities conducted by architecture firms qualify, and the benefit can mean tens of thousands of dollars in tax savings. In fact, many of the architect’s day-to-day activities naturally fall within R&D for tax purposes because the architectural industry is based on innovation and functional design.

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California companies have received over $1.2 billion in training reimbursement