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The R&D Tax Credit is the biggest tax credit available to U.S. businesses, yet also one of the most underutilized.

Does your business operate in the Agriculture sector?

Transformation and technological development are daily challenges for companies in the agriculture sector. However, resolving many of these technical challenges often qualifies as research and development from a tax perspective and you’re more than likely to be eligible for generous tax relief.

Agriculture experts who really understand your business

Ayming USA’s team of agriculture industry experts understand these development activities. They can identify key incentives to allow companies to continue their investments into these R&D activities.

Our 30-year track record of helping businesses of all shapes and sizes has given us a wealth of experience in managing R&D tax credit claims. We take the time to truly understand your business goals and objectives, focussing on how your business innovates in order to identify qualifying expenditures.

What counts as R&D?

If your business is involved with any of the following areas and you are not already claiming R&D tax relief, then it’s likely that you could be.

Projects that may qualify for R&D tax relief include:

  • Hybridization or development of new strains of crops, plants, or livestock
  • Implementation of precision farming techniques in an attempt to increase yield and/or production efficiency
  • Experimentation with new or different fertilizers (organic etc.)
  • And many more…

We analyze all of your expenses and activities – both past and present – in order to determine the true extent of your eligibility, not just the obvious low-hanging fruit. Download our Agriculture R&D Factsheet below to learn more about R&D in the Agriculture sector and see more projects that qualify for R&D tax relief.

Download Agriculture Factsheet

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