February 27, 2017

Tax Partners Diane Giordano and Brett McGrath co-authored an article for the Hartford Business Journal, about how start-up companies can benefit from the new Research & Development Credit Payroll Tax Offset.

Hartford Busines Journal

By Diane Giordano, Partner, Tax & Business and Brett McGrath, Partner-in-Charge, Tax Services - Connecticut

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Brett McGrath, Partner-in-Charge, Tax Services - Connecticut

Tax Partners Diane Giordano and Brett McGrath co-authored an article for the Hartford Business Journal, about how start-up companies can benefit from the new Research & Development Credit Payroll Tax Offset.

Excerpt:

The new payroll tax offset, effective as of 2016, allows companies to receive a benefit for research activities regardless of profitability. This provision is particularly valuable for start-up companies, such as those operating within local Connecticut Tech Incubators, which generate R&D expenses but won’t have a taxable income or pay federal income taxes.

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Diane  Giordano

Diane Giordano

Partner

  • Tax & Business
  • Melville, NY
Brett  McGrath

Brett McGrath

Tax Services - Connecticut

  • Tax & Business
  • Hartford, CT