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tax credit

  1. ffcra

    Are You Self-Employed and Work in the USA? You Likely Qualify for a Federal Tax Credit of Up to $32,220!

    Thanks to the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), self-employed individuals, freelancers, independent contractors, and gig workers are now eligible for significant tax credits. These were created to pay you back for the time and income that you lost because of COVID. The tax...
  2. Rabby

    R&D Tax Credits

    I just want to bring up this topic. Right now I am developing new products, as some of you know. It turns out, I'm eligible for significant tax credits for research and development (basically 10,000's of free money that the G man can't swipe from me because the tax code says so... as long as I...
  3. Ashish Kulkarni

    If you are running a business in UK, this may save you a bundle

    Hi guys, I spent last year developing a software and am still working on it. The software itself is not the topic here. I managed to get a good part of the money I spent on developing the software back from the HMRC. It is part of R&D Tax Credits. So if you spent time and money on developing...