IRS creates a substantially streamlined path to realizing Research & Development credits, according to most recent examination guidance, creating a significant opportunity for eligible businesses.
Mark leads an experienced TaxOps Minimization team in implementing tax-saving projects. He has developed in-depth technical knowledge of the research credit
across all industries, including automotive, engineering, medical, manufacturing and software. Mark has been responsible for the coordination, management
and execution of some of the largest research credit studies performed by Ernst & Young. His work with small and mid-size companies has given him
an understanding of the unique R&D issues they face as well. He consults regularly with clients on income tax accounting issues regarding the research
- Research and Development Studies
- Net Operating Loss and Tax Credit Planning
- IRS Controversy Assistance
- Uniform Capitalization Studies
- Cost Segregation
- Tax Due Diligence
- Brigham Young University, B.S. Master of Accountancy in Taxation and B.S., Accounting
ADMISSIONS & MEMBERSHIPS
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
NEWS & INSIGHTS
The R&D credit is now available to companies of all sizes, both profitable and unprofitable. Could your company be one of the beneficiaries?
Landmark legislation offers significant tax savings for businesses in 2015 and beyond.
The IRS has raised the de minimis limits under tangible property regulations to ease the administrative burden on small business taxpayers.
Congress is expected to once again cherry-pick provisions like the research credit for extension by year-end.