IRS Pens Final Rules On Controlled Group Research Credits

Posted by Jeffrey Feingold on 04.05.15

New York (April 02, 2015, 3:22 PM ET) -- Individual members of a controlled group of corporations will no longer need to calculate the value of the research credit they would get on their own when the group claims the credit, the Internal Revenue Service said in regulations released Thursday. Under the rules, the group research credit is allocated to members of the group based on their proportional share of qualified research expenditures. Previous regulations required the credit to be allocated according to each member’s stand-alone entity credit in some cases. Read the article.


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