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H.R.422 To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to extend the research credit through 2010 and to increase and make permanent the alternative simplified research cr..., 111th Congress

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    • Tax, Fishing, and Other Ramblings: Enhanced Federal Research Tax ... - October 03, 2010 by Tax, Fishing, and Other Ramblings - The House (albeit back in January 2009) introduced H.R. 422 which would (1) extend the regular federal research tax credit through December 31, 2010, (2) increase the Alternative Simplified Credit ("ASC") method of computing the federal ...

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      As noted by Tax, Fishing, and Other Ramblings on October 03, 2010, "The House (albeit back in January 2009) introduced H.R. 422 which would (1) extend the regular federal research tax credit through December 31, 2010, (2) increase the Alternative Simplified Credit ("ASC") method of computing the federal ..." (http://tax-fishing-and-other.blogspot.com/2010/10/enhanced-federal-research-tax-credits.html)
    • The Scientific Politico: Abstract: President Obama's New R&D Plan - September 15, 2010 by The Scientific Politico - There were several bills floating around Congress last year (S. 1203 and H.R 422) that proposed to do similar things to the credit that the Administrations plan does now. My only pet peeve? Why not just throw out the two formula system, ...

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      As noted by The Scientific Politico on September 15, 2010, "There were several bills floating around Congress last year (S. 1203 and H.R 422) that proposed to do similar things to the credit that the Administrations plan does now. My only pet peeve? Why not just throw out the two formula system, ..." (http://scientificpolitico.blogspot.com/2010/09/abstract-president-obamas-new-r-plan.html)
    • Meek Hails Obama's Call to Extend R&D Tax Credit | Kendrick Meek - September 07, 2010 by Kendrick Meek - Kendrick's legislation, H.R. 422, was introduced jointly with Rep. Kevin Brady (R-TX), has received the support of over 100 cosponsors from both parties. The bill would extend the R&D tax credit and make the Alternative Simplified ...

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      As noted by Kendrick Meek on September 07, 2010, "Kendrick's legislation, H.R. 422, was introduced jointly with Rep. Kevin Brady (R-TX), has received the support of over 100 cosponsors from both parties. The bill would extend the R&D tax credit and make the Alternative Simplified ..." (http://www.kendrickmeek.com/index.php/weblog/archive/meek_hails_obamas_call_to_extend_rd_tax_credit/)

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