Prepare for New Requirements for R&D Claims

Presented on:
December 15, 2021 10:00 AM PT
1 hour

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Field attorney advice outlines new documentation standards for Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 41, Research Credit Refund Claims. Failure to comply with the new guidance could result in your refund claim being rejected.

Join us for our on-demand webcast, in which we’ll explore the new guidance and its implications on taxpayers looking to file a refund claim for research credits. We’ll provide the latest updates surrounding this topic, including:

  • What information a taxpayer must include when filing a refund claim
  • What format a taxpayer must use when providing this information
  • What impact this has, if any, on the statute of limitations


Star Fischer, CPA, Partner, Moss Adams

Star has practiced public accounting since 2001 and provides R&D tax services to middle-market companies. She has provided consulting in the areas of federal and state R&D tax credits, R&D expense deductions, and IRS and state exams of R&D tax credits. Star has significant experience working with S corporations and partnerships claiming the credit and understands the unique opportunities and challenges facing these types of entities.

Travis Riley, Principal, Moss Adams

Travis has provided research tax credit studies to companies claiming R&D credits since 2006. He’s a leader in the firm’s R&D practice in California, helping both companies and business owners save millions of dollars in taxes each year. Travis has significant experience helping companies identify, increase, document, and support claims related to R&D tax credits, orphan drug credits, and other R&D incentives.

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