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Delaware Permanently Extends State R&D Credit

On July 1, 2013, Delaware Governor Jack Markell (D) signed HB 143, which permanently extended Delaware’s credit for increasing research activities (also known as the R&D Tax Credit). Delaware adheres to the federal credit statute, I.R.C. § 41, which includes a sunset provision that has been extended each time the credit has come up for…

Delaware Enhances State R&D Tax Credit

Governor Jack Markell (D-DE) recently enacted SB 200, which significantly enhances Delaware’s R&D tax credit. In particular, the bill removes the $5 million annual cap on credits awarded and makes the credit refundable.  Calculating the State Credit Currently, the credit equals 10% of the excess of the taxpayer’s in state qualified research expenses (QREs) for the…

Dean Zerbe Quoted in Tax Notes on IUS Final Regs for R&D Tax Credit

Final Regulations for Internal-Use Software Light on Changes, Remain Taxpayer-Friendly Dean Zerbe, alliantgroup’s National Managing Director and the former Senior Counsel to the U.S. Senate Finance Committee, was quoted in Tax Notes regarding the release of internal-use software final regulations for the R&D Tax Credit on October 3. In Andrew Velarde’s article “Internal-Use Software Final…
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