What is the Design Software Development Tax Credit
The design software development tax credit is a federal tax credit that helps businesses offset the cost of developing custom software. It was created to encourage businesses to invest in custom software development, which can help them improve their competitiveness and productivity.
The credit can be used to offset the cost of research and development activities, such as payroll for data scientists and other engineers, electrical systems, materials, and contractors. It is available for both qualified small businesses and large corporations. To be eligible, businesses must have incurred eligible software research and development costs.
How We Can Help
Boast helps companies recover their Design and Rendering Software R&D expenses from the government. Our team of engineers and accountants leverages our unique software platform to proactively prepare and estimate your claims throughout the year, allowing you to file your claim faster, more accurately, and with greater return. Our clients have filed their R&D Tax claims using Boast in less time while reducing audit risk.
Automated R&D Tax Credits for Design and Rendering Software
The Boast platform gathers data from your technical and financial systems to identify and categorize eligible projects, time, and expenses—estimating along the way instead of only at the end—and getting you more money, faster, for less time, and risk.
- Time Tracking
- Audit Evidence
- Tax Forms
Your free 1-hour consultation includes a detailed review of our platform, your projects, processes, and financial data by one of our R&D Tax experts.
Talk to one of our experts to see how outsourcing your R&D tax claims to Boast can get you more money back from the government and help you regain the time you need to run your business.
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