A frequent question is how long one has to keep records for tax purposes. According to United States v. Quebe, No. 3:15-cv-294 (S.D. Ohio 2019) provides the answer for research tax credits. The answer is that you have to keep records that pre-date the formation of your business by twenty years and then you have […] The post Research Tax Credit Records Must Be Kept for 40+ Years appeared first on Houston Tax Attorneys: Mitchell & Patel.
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