Government & Insider Threat Programs: How to Address Continuous Monitoring for Cleared Employees
Counting on the Finance Function to be Resourceful
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Cultivating a Creative Organizational Mindset
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Business Leaders Survey on Innovation and Growth
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Taking a New and Improved Approach to Innovation
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Newly Released Drafts Help Businesses Prepare for Revamped R&D Credit
Qualifying businesses can now use the research and development (“R&D”) tax credit to offset up to $250,000 of the Social Security portion of their payroll taxes, thanks to the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (“PATH Act”). The PATH Act not only made the R&D credit permanent and retroactive to January 1, 2015 – it also expanded the credit so that qualified small businesses (typically start-ups) can reduce their payroll taxes by taking advantage of the R&D credit. The PATH Act also makes it possible for eligible small businesses to offset their entire Alternative Minimum Tax (“AMT”) liabilities. Read More.