R&D Tax Credits for Chemical Companies

The chemical industry, encompassing everything from consumer goods to industrial materials, is a prime candidate for claiming R&D tax credits. This includes activities like:

  • Developing new products and formulations
  • Designing and building large-scale production plants
  • Testing and scaling up production processes (pilot plants)
  • Ensuring product safety, stability, and packaging

These efforts drive continual innovation across various sub-industries, from cosmetics and textiles to consumer and industrial chemicals.

By claiming R&D tax credits, chemical companies can unlock valuable tax benefits that fuel further innovation and propel their growth.

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With over 35 years of experience, this chemical company is an industry leader in developing and manufacturing eco-friendly products for personal care, household, and industrial applications.
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R&D Tax Credit Qualification for Chemical Companies

In developing their new line of haircare products, the company engaged in multiple phases of R&D, starting from conceptualization to final product. This involved input from a cross-disciplinary team including chemists, product managers, and engineers. Various formulations were developed, prototypes created, and a range of tests were conducted, including environmental and skin irritation tests.

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With our consultative approach to the research and development tax credit, we invest time understanding each client’s history, current business direction, and future growth objectives. Each year we re-evaluate a company’s ability to accept the tax credit and provide on-going recommendations to improve the R&D tax credits process.

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