PATH Act of 2015 - R&D Tax Credits

BACKGROUND The Research and Development Tax Credit was enacted in 1981 as a temporary credit. However, it has almost always been extended year to year, sometimes for a few years at a time. Uncertainty regarding the extension of the credit and its current AMT limitation has historically limited taxpayers ability to take advantage of the credit. If this bill is signed into law, many more companies will now be eligible for the significant tax savings that the credit provides. A portion of the tax extenders (Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act of 2015) passed by the House yesterday has a very favorable Research and Development Tax Credit component. The bill is expected to be passed

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