Episode 28: Should the U.S. Follow Australia’s Lead and Propose a Software Credit?
Some in Australia are calling for an R&D credit just for software that’s more startup-friendly than the current incentives. Swinburne University Professor Beth Webster joins CrossBorder Solutions’ Manager of R&D Tax Credit Lydia Clowney to discuss the pros and cons of this proposal, as well as other initiatives impacting Australian R&D.
20 Jul 2021
Business · Government
Beginning in 2022, businesses will have to amortize R&D expenses instead of being able to deduct them in the year in which they occurred. Today, we speak with Sharon Heck, the corporate vice president, finance and chief tax officer at Intel, to see how this new law will impact corporate…
The IRS’s new guidance offers taxpayers additional compliance burdens—and it goes into effect on January 10, 2022. (That’s right—next week!) What does it mean for taxpayers? CrossBorder Solutions R&D tax credit expert Lydia Clowney spells it out right here.
What do China’s R&D incentives look like? And how is the country positioning itself to take the global innovation lead and leave the U.S. in the dust? Both good questions. And today, CrossBorder Solutions’ R&D experts Allen Tobin and Rahim Walji are here to answer them.
CrossBorder Solutions' Manager of R&D Tax Credit Lydia Clowney takes a closer look at R&D innovation zones in New Jersey and Nevada and explains the impact of these policies on R&D activities in the states they're designed to serve.