Why include your CPA when creating a new product? While they may be easy to overlook, their presence throughout your process could save you big come tax time. We detail how an R&D tax credit
In our February blog post, “The R&D Tax Credit Unleashed: 3 Things You Should Know,” we discussed how the PATH Act of 2015 had “unleashed” the R&D tax credit, allowing it to finally become what
The R&D tax credit has always been great in theory. Congress designed the federal tax incentive, after all, to essentially reward businesses that made new or improved products and processes. But the R&D tax credit
“Most manufacturers qualify for the R&D tax credit” is a bold statement, I know. But think about it, most manufacturers are forced to improve their products to stay competitive. So my mantra has become: Show
Nearly every business owner, at some point, will need to consider a large purchase such as a piece of equipment, a building or funding a new product launch. A smart business will regard such purchases
The 2014 Robotics Alley Conference and Expo is on September 16th and 17th in Minneapolis. Having attended the conference last year, I know it is a great opportunity to learn more about tools that are
In a previous blog, I wrote about how businesses are more likely to see long-term success when they continually develop new product offerings before their old ones grow stagnant (this blog can be found here).
Recently, I had the opportunity to attend the annual Robotics Alley conference, where robotics enthusiasts gather from all over the country to see and share the latest developments in the robotics industry. Dozens of companies
If you own a business, the chances are high that your retirement plan depends largely on your ability to sell your stake in the company. But how much is your stake in the company worth?
How many products do you offer your customers? Are customers more likely to make a purchase when they have few options, or many? Does having hundreds of choices overwhelm your customers, or does it entice