Dopkins R&D Tax Credit Video Series Segment 4 – Qualified Research Expenses (QREs)
February 10, 2018 | Authored by Eric R. Soro CPA
In our 4th Research & Development video installment, we discuss Qualified Research Expenses (QREs), which are defined as the expenses a taxpayer is allowed to take when calculating the R&D Tax Credit. It’s important to note there are only three expenses you are allowed to capture when computing your R&D Credit: Wages, Supplies, and Contract Research Expenses.
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Other videos in this series:
- Dopkins R&D Tax Credit Video Series Segment 4 – Qualified Research Expenses (QREs)
- Dopkins R&D Tax Credit Video Series Segment 3 – The process
- Dopkins R&D Tax Credit Video Series Segment 2 – What Qualifies as Research & Development
- Dopkins R&D Tax Credit Video Series Segment 1 – Introduction
About the Author
Eric R. Soro CPA
Eric, embraces the challenges of taxes and puts them to work for the client. He focuses on every aspect of a client's needs, from preparing top-level corporate and partnership returns through to the culmination of member and shareholder individual returns. Taking into account the ever changing tax laws, Eric researches the complex topics that affect his client's taxes so that he may efficiently plan his process and yield the optimal results. He joined Dopkins as an intern in 2006 then full-time in 2007 upon graduation.