Webinar: How R&D Expenditures Can Impact Your 2022 Tax Plan and Beyond

June 14, 2022

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) made significant changes to Section 174 that will affect companies that perform research and development (R&D). Join the webinar to understand how these changes can impact your 2022 tax year and into the future.

This webinar will covers:

  • How these changes impact your R&D expenses
  • Developing best practices for tracking your expenses
  • Identifying steps businesses should take to prepare for R&D deductions
  • How to protect your cash flows

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About the Author

Dave Hanson

I help technology, manufacturing, distribution, aerospace and defense clients realize tax saving with R&D tax credits.

Carli Huband

Carli is the partner-in-charge of R&D Tax Credit Services at Aprio. Carli has dedicated the last five years to performing R&D Tax Credit studies for clients in a variety of industries, with a specialty in the manufacturing and technology industries. She has worked to prepare R&D Tax Credits for companies ranging from startups to Fortune 500 businesses, performing technical interviews with subject matter experts, calculating complex credits and preparing technical reports.

Mitchell Kopelman

Mitchell is the partner-in-charge of Aprio’s Tax practice as well as the Technology & Biosciences group. He has been a partner since 1990 with Aprio, which is the largest Georgia-based tax, accounting and consulting firm. Mitchell works with companies in the software, gaming, clean tech, financial technology (FinTech), health care IT, processing, biosciences (biotech and medical device) and manufacturing industries. Whether a company is pre-revenue, starting up, growing or preparing for a liquidity event, Mitchell works with them to maximize their potential at each stage. He is known for promoting research, innovation and entrepreneurship by enabling companies to be successful, regardless of where they are in their business lifecycle.

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