R&D Tax Credits for Plastic Industry

The plastics, as well as injection molding industries, are unusual in their eligibility for the R&D tax credit. R&D operations span the plastics industry, from injection molding to packaging. Research and development begin with concept development.

Following that, time spent examining alternative designs, process approaches, 3D modeling, CNC programming, and simulations is included in the experimentation phase. Even after an item is made, process improvement initiatives and the development of better testing processes may be tax-deductible. Wage and contract labor expenses, as well as expenditures for raw materials and consumable supplies required in the conduct of research, are all considered qualified costs.

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Plastics & Injection Molding
This plastics company has been a vanguard in industrial plastics applications. Offering services like urethane casting, thermoforming, machining, and plastic injection molding, the company continuously evolves to meet the demands of new industries and applications.
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R&D Tax Credit  Qualification for Plastics & Injection Molding

The company’s R&D activities span from preliminary engineering analyses to developing custom tooling for production. Qualifying activities include redesigning customer prototypes, experimenting with molds and casts, and iterative trials to meet quality and performance standards.

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