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The U.S. government created the R&D tax credit in 1981 to incentivize American based companies to create innovative technology, instead of losing intellectual property to other nations.

Many companies were not eligible to receive a current benefit until the PATH act was passed in 2015. And once passed, not a lot of companies heard about it. Even companies that did know about it failed to pursue it, due to complexity and time constraints. We offer a solution that makes it easier and less time consuming.

No! The R&D tax credit was created by the U.S. government to give funds back to companies who spend money innovating on new technology.

Simply put, tax credits create money that goes back in your company’s pocket to fuel further innovation and growth. Estimate your R&D credit with our quick calculator.

With Clarus, it takes a fraction of the time to pursue the R&D tax credit compared to traditional R&D studies. To learn more about our technology-enabled process, please visit The Solution.

No. Companies in many different industries qualify. To learn more please visit The Opportunity.

You receive money every year that you are eligible.

No. The purpose of GAAP is to make sure financial reporting is consistent and transparent. The R&D tax credit rewards companies for innovation.

If your company has wage or other expenses related to the development of new or improved products, you may have qualifying R&D activities.

We aim to maximize the intent of the government by building awareness of the R&D tax credit, especially amongst startups and entrepreneurs.

For startups that receive their credit as a payroll tax offset, we don’t get paid until you do. That’s right—there’s no fee until you receive your benefit. Most startups pay as little as 15% of their credit. For companies that receive their benefit as an income tax credit, our fees are structured slightly differently. We’re completely transparent about our pricing and will discuss it in detail when we begin.