Jamie Overberg will be speaking on research and development (R&D) credits at the upcoming 2019 Rocky Mountain Area Conference (RMAC) for finance and accounting professionals in Arvada.

Research Development Tax Credit Trends & Accounting Implications

Friday, September 27, 10:40 am – 12:20 pm

Presented at the two-day RMAC conference, this session will review the basic levels of claiming the research and development (R&D) credit, including:

  • How qualified research is defined
  • Various details of the credit calculations
  • Properly supporting or documenting such claim
  • IRS examination trends and concerns
  • Financial statement aspects of claiming the credit

Learning Objectives

  • Explain the background of the research and development credit and recent legislation
  • Define qualified research under statutory and case law
  • Distinguish and recognize the issues pertaining to internal-use software
  • Calculate regular and alternative simplified credit
  • Recognize the role of the IRS, including issue management network, examination trends, and pre-filing agreements
  • Describe financial statement benefit issues.

About RMAC

Started over three decades ago, the RMAC attracts over 325 attendees to listen to 20 different speakers over two days, offering 16 hours of CPE. The annual event is co-sponsored by the Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance, The Institute of Management Accountants, Financial Executives International, and The Institute of Internal Auditors.

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