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As part of the general business tax credit, IRC [section] 41 permits a tax credit for taxpayers who increase their expenditures for research and experimentation.
31 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- An extension of the Federal Research and Experimentation Tax Credit received presidential approval last month, a positive sign for businesses throughout America, according to David M.
research universities and private sector technology companies, owns and operates a national-scale fiber optic infrastructure for research and experimentation in networking technologies and applications.
For the past 20 years, a research and experimentation (R&E) credit has been part of the tax law.
The 1989 proposed regulations"(17) retained the requirement of the 1983 proposed regulations that R&E costs be "aimed at the discovery of new knowledge" or result from "searching for new applications of either research and experimentation findings or other knowledge.
research universities and private-sector technology companies that is implementing and operating a nationwide backbone infrastructure for research and experimentation in networking technologies and 'big science" applications.
5) See the cases cited in Swanson, Tax Treatment of Research and Experimentation Expenditures, 34 Taxes 541 (1956), and Miller, Research and Development Costs, N.