Architects, Engineers, and Contractors love IRS audits about as much as they love permitting. Which is to say of course that they do not. At least with permitting, a firm is typically prepared and knowledgeable about the process and requirements. How about an IRS audit? They don’t happen very often, but firms need to be prepared and have a knowledgeable team in place, particularly when claiming specialty tax incentives like the R&D Tax Credit and 179D Energy Efficient Deduction.
This program will provide an overview of IRS examinations and related tax controversy topics for R&D Tax Credit and 179D Energy Efficient Deduction claims pursuant to Internal Revenue Code Sections 41 and 179D. Topics for discussion include:
Attendees will be able to:
About Your Presenters:
Jason Villere, CTP – Director: Jason joined BRAYN Consulting LLC in 2018. As a business management professional, Jason has over 15 years’ experience with treasury management, internal audit consulting, project accounting, financial reporting and managing sales teams. Jason is a skilled leader with demonstrated ability to effectively achieve process improvement, manage change and create diverse, cross-functional, quality driven teams to implement corporate-wide improvements.
Kevin Sullivan, P.E. – Partner: Kevin is a rare combination of engineer and tax consultant. He is an award-winning expert on sustainable design and construction, and licensed as a Professional Engineer in over 30 states. As a Partner at BRAYN, he works with businesses and their CPAs to identify lucrative federal and state tax incentives. He has helped companies save over $100,000,000 through R&D Tax Credits, 179D Energy Efficient Deductions, & other specialty incentives.