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Many construction contractors do not realize their activities may qualify for lucrative federal and state research and & development (R&D) tax credits. In fact, many of the activities conducted by contractors and subcontractors – particularly those working in the construction industry – do indeed qualify, and the benefit can mean tens of thousands of dollars in tax savings.

  • Electrical Contracting
  • General Contracting
  • Mechanical Contracting


As engineering firms develop new products and design new concepts, there’s a good chance that their activities may qualify for federal and/or state R&D tax credits to offset the significant cost of development.

  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Product Engineering
  • Structural Engineering


Manufacturers may qualify for significant tax savings through qualifying research and development (R&D) tax credit activities. Federal and state R&D credits can mean a significant reduction in tax liabilities, enabling manufacturing companies to reinvest in their business with the considerable savings.

  • Aerospace
  • Apparel and Textiles
  • Automotive
  • Building Systems Controls
  • Chemical
  • Electronics
  • Feed Mills
  • Firearms & Ammunition
  • Food & Consumer Packaged Goods
  • Foundries
  • Furniture & Cabinet Manufacturing
  • Job Shops
  • Life Sciences
  • Medical Equipment Manufacturer
  • Metals
  • Oil & Gas
  • Plastic Injection Molding
  • Semiconductor-Electronics
  • Shipbuilding / Marine
  • Telecommunications
  • Tool & Die

Software & Technology

While many activities undertaken by software developers indeed qualify for federal and state R&D credits, they are often not claimed due to misconceptions about qualification and complexity. More recent taxpayer-favorable IRS rules boost opportunities for software developers to claim R&D tax credits for internal use software (IUS) software.



While more than 14,000 U.S. companies claim federal R&D credits annually, less than 33% of companies that qualify for the credits actually apply for them.

  • Aerospace
  • Agriculture
  • Apparel
  • Architects
  • Automotive
  • Biotech/Life Sciences
  • Brewery
  • Coating and Adhesives
  • Chemical
  • Commercial Bakeries
  • Distribution
  • Electronics
  • Energy
  • Fabricators
  • Flavor and Fragrance
  • Food Processors
  • Food Products
  • Furniture Makers
  • HVAC
  • Insurance
  • Jewelry Design
  • Job Shops
  • Life Sciences
  • Medical Devices
  • Microwave System
  • Oil and Gas Refineries
  • Package Design
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Plastic Injection Molding
  • Research and Development Facilities
  • Telecommunications
  • Tool and Die
  • Transportation
  • Waste Management
  • Wineries

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