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Women Informed (WIN) Series: How R&D Tax Credits Could Benefit Your Business

Aug
14
2019
Wed 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM



Description:

The R&D tax credit program is one of the greatest sources of non-dilutive funding available to companies today. It reimburses up to 10 percent of your R&D expenses, either as a tax credit for profitable companies or even as a cash refund for unprofitable startups. So why are 80 percent of eligible Colorado companies still not taking advantage of this program? We will begin by explaining the fundamentals of the R&D tax credit program from a technical point of view. We'll then move on to the legal and financial aspects of a claim to help you determine how much you can get back, and tell you when you can claim expenses on contracts where you get paid to do R&D. Finally, for those already claiming, we'll go over the many lesser-known expenses you can claim to help you maximize your refund. This webinar is recommended for owners, presidents and CFOs of innovative companies of any size and pre-startups exploring ways to fund their starts.

A light lunch will be included!

Presented by:

Thierry Lepoutre, B.Eng., MBAThierry LePoutre, Eng, MBA
President, Boostr Consulting LLC





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NOTE: Pre-payment for the class is REQUIRED! (If you are unable to attend, you will not receive a refund unless you cancel 24 hours in advance. Thank you for your cooperation!)
SBDC Partner discount codes do not apply to this event. 


Fee: $ 10.00

Phone: 719-667-3803

Location

Pikes Peak SBDC
559 East Pikes Peak Avenue, Ste. 101 Colorado Springs, CO 80903
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