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R&D Tax Credit Set For Administrative Expansion, Despite Lapse In Congress

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

A proposal from the Internal Revenue Service set to be finalized this year would expand the research and experimentation tax credit by making prototypes that are sold eligible for the credit. Meanwhile, the tax credit actually expired on Dec. 31, but lawmakers are working to reauthorize it retroactively.

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