Historically, taxpayers been able to elect to deduct or capitalize these costs in the year they were paid or incurred, under Section 174(a) or Rev. Proc. 2000-50. For tax years beginning after Dec. 31, 2021, the revised Section 174 rules will require taxpayers to capitalize and amortize all R&D costs.
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Denver- and New York City-based impact investing advisory firm Cornerstone Capital is helping its clients invest in companies that align with their opinions and in economies that support the future they see. Here’s why impact investing is on the rise, what economies its rising in and how Cornerstone is measuring the impacts that companies have.
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What’s a scrappy, innovative entrepreneur meant to do when they have to stay lean while budgeting for one of the most notoriously exasperating business expenses -- legal? Risk is absolutely inherent to growth, and as such, legal counsel is a non-negotiable aspect of any successful business.
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