Tag Archives: R&D tax credit

IPC Welcomes Trump Administration’s Framework on U.S. Tax Code

On September 27, 2017, the framework for tax reform was released, which reflects the agreement reached by the White House and Republican leaders of the House Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Finance Committee. According to the authors of the framework, it is intended to serve as a “template” for the committees of jurisdiction […]

IPC Applauds Passage of the 2015 PATH Act

Corporate Tax Reform bill will benefit IPC members U.S. federal tax policy heavily influences all U.S. businesses, including manufacturing. Given the importance of this issue, IPC’s government relations team is very active on matters of U.S. tax policy. With input from our members, and on their behalf, IPC advocates for corporate tax rates and incentives […]

Congressional Passage of ‘Tax Extenders’ Bill Is Great News for U.S. Electronics Manufacturers

IPC’s Persistent Advocacy Contributes to Bipartisan Victory IPC – Association Connecting Electronics Industries® today is applauding the U.S. Congress for enacting meaningful tax reform legislation, including making the research and development (R&D) tax credit permanent. The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act would revive more than 50 temporary tax provisions that expired in 2014, including […]

Help IPC Persuade U.S. Congress to Extend the R&D Tax Credit

IPC has long urged the U.S. Congress to enact a permanent research and development tax credit – or at least a multi-year extension, not just the usual temporary, one-year deal – and to provide that certainty sooner, not at the last minute. Only a permanent credit will spur the kind of long-term R&D that is […]

R&D Tax Credit Extended for 2013

On January 2, President Obama signed into law legislation to make the Research and Experimentation tax credit (sometimes called the research and development or R&D tax credit) retroactive for 2012 and effective for all of 2013. IPC has championed the extension of this credit and will continue to work to make this tax credit permanent. […]