Tax Court Finds That Architecture Firm’s Fixed-Price Contracts Qualified For Research Credits

Brayn Consulting

by Geoff Garber, Partner and Justin Stone, Tax Consultant Quick Take Taxpayers claiming the federal research tax credit for work under fixed-price contracts received a significant win from the United States Tax Court (“the Court”). On December 6, 2019, the Court issued an order granting summary judgment to the taxpayer, Populous Holdings, Inc. (“Populous”), finding…

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How an Engineer Can Impact Your R&D Study

Brayn Consulting

By Brady Bryan, JD, CEO and Robert Henry Wallace III, EIT, Engineering Associate For those who are unaware of the R&D Tax Credit, you have come to the right place. For those who know about the credit, you have also ventured to the right place. The Credit for Increasing Research Activities has rapidly become an…

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Join us in welcoming Robert Henry Wallace III as our newest BRAYNiac

Brayn Consulting

BRAYN Consulting is pleased to welcome Robert Henry Wallace III to our team as an Engineering Associate. Robert comes to us with experience in R&D, 179D, and Cost Segregation. He has a degree in Petroleum Engineering from Houston University. Robert will be working with the BRAYNiacs on R&D, Cost Segregation, 179D, and 45L tax incentive…

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BRAYN Consulting welcomes, Austin Bewley to the team!

Autin Bewley

BRAYN Consulting is pleased to welcome Austin Bewley to our team as an Engineering Associate. Austin is a recent graduate of the Colorado School of Mines. He will be working with the BRAYNiacs on R&D, Cost Segregation, 179D, and 45L tax incentive studies. Watch this video to learn a little about this great new addition…

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What is Research and Development?

Myth vs. reality

The average individual may think of white lab coats, beakers, and graduated cylinders when they hear R&D. However, the tax code and the law describe a much more expansive definition of research and development.

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