Credits are a strategic way to offset state income and franchise tax liabilities. When maximized, they can keep significant capital within the coffers of a business. Credits can often be claimed retroactively, creating further savings opportunities. Laws generally allow credits to be carried back or forward if the taxpayer’s current liability is insufficient to exhaust those credits. If the taxpayer does not have liability to utilize the credits, some may be transferred or sold at market rates.
Examples of Tax Credits
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Tax Credits (Federal, State, and Local)
Offsets to federal, state, and local tax liabilities