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Companies in the architecture industry are ideal candidates for the research and development tax credit. Given that each architectural project has its own special considerations and challenges based on its environmental and structural objectives, architects frequently resolve challenging technical issues and develop better solutions to address a project’s challenges. Qualifying activities may include developing new or improved designs, building preliminary computer-aided design (CAD) modeling, and other indirect expenditures.
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