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H.R.942 American Research and Competitiveness Act of 2011, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Mar 08, 2011 Referred to the House Committee on Ways and Means.

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    • Congressional Subcommittee Hearing Centers on Expiring Tax ... - April 28, 2012 by Emil Estafanous, CPA - Kevin Brady, R-Texas, echoed his support, mentioning that his bill (H.R. 942) would increase the amount of the alternative simplified credit from 14% to 20% of qualified expenditures. In December 2010, Congress extended ...

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      As noted by Emil Estafanous, CPA on April 28, 2012, "Kevin Brady, R-Texas, echoed his support, mentioning that his bill (H.R. 942) would increase the amount of the alternative simplified credit from 14% to 20% of qualified expenditures. In December 2010, Congress extended ..." (/url?q=http://cpa-la.com/congressional-subcommittee-hearing-centers-on-expiring-tax-provisions.html&sa=U&ei=_emhT5_-CITs2QX1rNzPCA&ved=0CDAQmAEwAg&usg=AFQjCNHmaWqOwMMuV6Z1ces8RIovop9g1w)
    • Congressional Subcommittee Hearing Centers on Expiring Tax ... - April 28, 2012 by Emil Estafanous, CPA - Kevin Brady, R-Texas, echoed his support, mentioning that his bill (H.R. 942) would increase the amount of the alternative simplified credit from 14% to 20% of qualified expenditures. In December 2010, Congress extended ...

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      As noted by Emil Estafanous, CPA on April 28, 2012, "Kevin Brady, R-Texas, echoed his support, mentioning that his bill (H.R. 942) would increase the amount of the alternative simplified credit from 14% to 20% of qualified expenditures. In December 2010, Congress extended ..." (/url?q=http://cpa-la.com/congressional-subcommittee-hearing-centers-on-expiring-tax-provisions.html&sa=U&ei=nTGfT8eLK4Te2QXnrtjUAg&ved=0CDAQmAEwAg&usg=AFQjCNGOpGggatAfw_b2mHu94sNCZjp3qQ)
    • Congressional Subcommittee Hearing Centers on Expiring Tax ... - April 28, 2012 by Emil Estafanous, CPA - Kevin Brady, R-Texas, echoed his support, mentioning that his bill (H.R. 942) would increase the amount of the alternative simplified credit from 14% to 20% of qualified expenditures. In December 2010, Congress extended ...

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      As noted by Emil Estafanous, CPA on April 28, 2012, "Kevin Brady, R-Texas, echoed his support, mentioning that his bill (H.R. 942) would increase the amount of the alternative simplified credit from 14% to 20% of qualified expenditures. In December 2010, Congress extended ..." (/url?q=http://cpa-la.com/congressional-subcommittee-hearing-centers-on-expiring-tax-provisions.html&sa=U&ei=N9mdT9DuJMfo2gXW2NmPDw&ved=0CCsQmAEwAQ&usg=AFQjCNGKzTGSl-FiPmi7WktkNmdLTdN7Ng)

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    • House May Make R&D Tax Credit Permanent - March 10, 2011 by Aviation Week - ...make the research and development (R&D) tax credit permanent. The bill, the American Research and Competitiveness Act of 2011 (H.R.942), would increase the “alternative simplified credit” for research and development from 14% to 20% and make it perm

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      As noted by Aviation Week on March 10, 2011, "...make the research and development (R&D) tax credit permanent. The bill, the American Research and Competitiveness Act of 2011 (H.R.942), would increase the “alternative simplified credit” for research and development from 14% to 20% and make it perm" (http://www.aviationweek.com/avnow/news/channel_comm_story.jsp?id=news/avd/2011/03/14/06.xml&source=rss)
    • Bill Introduced to Make R&D Tax Credit Permanent - March 08, 2011 by Circuits Assembly - IPC and the National Association of Manufacturers support the bill: HR 942. IPC says R&D is vital for US electronics companies to be globally competitive and retain US jobs. The NAM says strengthening the R&D credit from 14% to 20% and making it .

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      As noted by Circuits Assembly on March 08, 2011, " IPC and the National Association of Manufacturers support the bill: HR 942. IPC says R&D is vital for US electronics companies to be globally competitive and retain US jobs. The NAM says strengthening the R&D credit from 14% to 20% and making it ." (http://www.circuitsassembly.com/cms/news/10926-bill-introduced-to-make-rad-tax-credit-permanent)
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