Key to Tax Planning: Form 6765, Business Components, and Research Activities

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How can businesses efficiently identify R&D tax-exempt components and activities while cutting costs?

Join us for an insightful webinar where we'll delve into how this credit can be a game-changer in your annual tax planning. Discover solutions that will streamline the process, maximize benefits, and reduce costs.

In this webinar, we'll review:

  • Key components of the new proposal changed to form 6765
  • Insights from the Chief Counsel memorandum regarding R&D amended returns
  • Audit-ready strategy
  • Plus, much more!


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Michel Millien, Associate Director of Tax Controversy

Michel is responsible for working directly with the Internal Revenue Service on behalf of our clients to ensure the law is properly applied during any IRS inquiry.

With over 10 years of tax controversy experience and a focus on the Research and Development Tax Credit, Michel has represented hundreds of clients through the IRS Appeals Process throughout the country.  Michel spearheads the examination process on behalf of our clients and develops a proactive approach to resolve the examination as quickly and efficiently as possible.

He also works closely with the technical RTC team to provide guidance on new approaches and updates to the applicability of new case law and statutory authority.  Michel is based in Houston and has a bachelor's in Political Science and Criminal Justice from Seton Hall University and his J.D. from South Texas College of Law.

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