R&D tax credits aren’t just for big companies anymore. Over time, the credit has been expanded and extended, and recently made permanent with the passing of the PATH Act. Today, R&D includes business of all shapes and sizes.
Join CTI Director of R&D Mark Echols for an insightful, educational webinar for an in-depth, informative webinar exploring the technical updates, opportunities and concerns surrounding the R&D tax credit. We’ll also explore new processes for capturing the R&D tax credit using today’s latest technology and project methodologies.
R&D Credit Overview
Transparency and Control – what does it mean?
New process using today’s technology and new project methodologies
Opportunities and Concerns
Current audit landscape
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Mark leads CTI’s national research and development (R&D) tax credit practice and is involved in all aspects of providing R&D services to his clients, including: conducting high-level R&D tax credit feasibility analyses, managing complex and comprehensive R&D tax credit studies and defending R&D tax credit claims under IRS and state taxing authority examinations.
Mark has over 20 years of Big Four accounting firm experience and specializes in federal and state R&D tax credit solutions. Prior to joining CTI in 2013, Mark served as tax director in PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP’s (PwC) Southern California R&D practice. He provides R&D services to Fortune 500 corporations and large public companies, as well as medium-sized private companies.
Mark has aided companies in the biomedical, software, video game development, film animation, manufacturing, aerospace engineering and pharmaceutical industries, saving his clients in excess of $200 million in federal and state R&D tax credits. Mark earned his bachelor's degree from the University of California, Davis.