Cookie-cutter tax services just don’t cut it.

Your business is unique; your tax strategy should be too, because the decisions you make today will ultimately have tax consequences tomorrow. We treat tax planning as a year-round process that involves constant evaluation and recommendations — eliminating last-minute surprises.

PriceKubecka is different from most accounting firms. We stay connected. Maintaining frequent contact with you keeps your business operations and transactions structured with an advantageous tax approach. Our methodical, consultative style provides you with proactive assistance and recommendations for all your business tax preparation needs.

Tax areas we assist:

  • State income/franchise tax planning and consulting
  • IRS Tax reform help
  • Multi-state income and franchise tax planning State tax credits and incentives
  • Federal tax compliance
  • Sales and use tax consulting and compliance
  • Representation before IRS
  • Federal tax filing Transfer pricing
  • Transaction planning
  • Tax projections and planning
  • Cost segregation
  • CPA tax preparation
  • Overlooked deductions
  • Tax preparation assistance
  • R&D credits and incentives
  • Filing taxes
  • Purchase and sale of business-related tax advice; purchase price allocation

Research and Development Tax Credits Studies

Let our talented team of tax professionals at PriceKubecka in Addison, Texas, find new ways to help you save money on your taxes through research and development (R&D) tax credit studies. This incentive exists within the tax code to encourage innovation and experimentation that leads to the creation of new and improved products, or technologies.

Does my organization qualify for R&D tax credits?

Ultimately, this depends on a variety of guidelines within the tax code. R&D tax credits ultimately benefit those who engage in qualified research activities (QRAs) by providing tax credit for the capital spent during the research process, otherwise known as qualified research expenditures (QREs). To determine whether an activity qualifies as a QRA, there is a four-part test the activity must pass. This test outlines that the research activity must:

  • Involve eliminating uncertainty concerning developing, or the improvement of, a product

  • Be useful in developing a new or improved business component

  • Discover information related to technological advancement

  • Be experimental in nature and conducted for a purpose that is permitted