Business leaders understand that consistent investment in research and development is essential for competition. Alliant Group works with clients to claim all possible tax credits for qualifying work. Risk of failure is an important qualifying factor. Attempts to improve a product or service that are not successful offer insight for everyone. Adjustments to the process are made and another attempt is performed. Iterations cost money in the form of materials, expertise and time. Tax credits are available for the R&D work performed in companies of all sizes in 30 industries. Success is rewarded through greater market share and company growth. Perceived failure is offset through lucrative tax credits.
Alliant Group conducts tax credit surveys for potential clients. Throughout each study, the leaders begin to realize that a great deal of the work performed can qualify for R&D tax credits. Each day, people strive to do every task in a more productive way. Some adjustments are so dramatic that the savings in material and time is measurable. Training is essential in the quest to identify qualifying work in the daily routine. Industry experts at Alliant Group work with people throughout the organization to maximize the qualifying tasks and roles.
Appropriate records must be kept throughout each project and normal business process. Alliant Group knows that some leaders assume this process is cumbersome. With proper guidance, the documents can be created without unnecessary strain on the operation. The tax credits are worth every ounce of effort in following the claims process. R&D happens throughout many companies because of the importance of making constant improvements. The days when all research was performed in a sterile room are over. Advancements happen when one employee decides to adjust a piece of equipment or procedure to optimize resources and improve the outcome. Reducing the company tax burden will create more jobs.