Case Study: Consumer Goods Manufacturing

R&D Tax Credit

small business

By
Deborah Roth, CPA
on
August 4, 2023

Highlights in the Case Study

  • Pioneering New Product Frontiers
  • Elevating Operational Efficiency
  • Mastering Materials and Fabrication
  • Achieving an Aggregate Annual Net Benefit of Nearly $300,000

With over four decades of honing expertise in the realm of innovative consumer goods, this company has solidified its dominance in the bowling sector. The genesis of the company's products can be traced back to substantial investments in a proficient and diverse workforce, cutting-edge testing infrastructure, and unparalleled manufacturing methodologies.

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