Here are some examples of industries that we can help:

  • Aerospace
  • Agriculture
  • Apparel and Textiles
  • Architecture
  • Brewing
  • Building
  • Car dealerships
  • Chiropractors
  • Construction
  • Dental professionals
  • Dairy Farming
  • Distilled Spirits
  • HVAC companies
  • Marketing Companies
  • Franchise restaurants
  • Winemakers
  • Engineering
    • Chemical
    • Civil
    • Electrical
    • Electronics
    • Environmental
    • Mechanical
    • Product
    • Structural
  • Feed Mills
  • Firearms & Ammunition
  • Food & Consumer Packaged Goods
  • Foundries
  • Insurance Agencies
  • Law Firms
  • Telecommunications
  • Furniture & Cabinet Manufacturing
  • Life Sciences
  • Manufacturing
  • Mechanical Contracting
  • Medical Equipment Manufacturer
  • Metals, Oil & Gas
  • Plastics Injection Molding
  • Poultry
  • Product Engineering
  • Real Estate Brokers
  • Semiconductor-Electronics
  • Shipbuilding/Marine
  • Software
  • Solar companies
  • System Control
  • Waste Management

What Qualifies as Research & Development?

We found many of our clients regard their own efforts to make new, lighter, stronger,

cheaper, more reliable products as “just doing my job,” when in fact

they have been performing R&D-qualifying activities all along.

If your company is involved in any of the following activities, you may be able to claim the R&D tax credit:

• Developing an innovative product that is new to the market
• Engineering and designing a new product
• Research aimed at discovering new knowledge
• Searching for ways to apply new research findings
• Designing and/or evaluating product alternatives
• Significant modifications to the concept or design of a product
• Designing, constructing, and testing pre-production prototypes and models
• Engineering activity to advance the product’s design to the point of manufacture
• Systems processing modeling
• System and functional requirements analysis
• Integration analysis
• Experimenting with new technologies
• Experimenting with new material and integrating the material to improve manufacture products
• Developing new production processes during prototyping and preproduction phases
• Research aimed to significantly cut a product’s time-to-market
• Research aimed to obtain more efficient designs
• Developing and modifying research methods/formulations/products
• Paying outside consultants/contractors to do any of the above activities
• Engineering to evaluate new or improved specification/modifications in terms of performance, reliability, quality, and durability


It doesn't hurt to apply and costs you nothing if you don't qualify. 

Nothing to lose and everything to gain.  Contact us!