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Beginning in tax year 2013, the Research and Development Credit shall only be available to corporations that are subject to the Kansas corporate income tax, i.e. C corporations. An R&D credit is not available to individuals, partnerships, S corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), and other pass-through entities.
The Kansas R&D credit allows a taxpayer who incurs qualified R&D expenditures associated with activities conducted in Kansas to claim a credit against their corporate income tax liability. Qualified Research Activities (QRAs) are defined as having the intent to discover information that eliminates technical uncertainty concerning the development or improvement of a product, process, technique, formula, or invention.
Utilization of the Kansas R&D credit is limited to 25% of the credit plus any carryforward. Any remaining unused credit may be carried forward in 25% increments until the total amount of credit is used. In other words, a C-Corp with sufficient tax liability must spread the credit utilization out over four tax periods.
The credit is claimed using Kansas Schedule K-53.
Learn more about the Kansas R&D Tax Credit here.
R&D Tax Credit Available:
Deadline for Tax Filing:
Due with Kansas Tax Return
Data Required to Compute Credit:
Claim Period Kansas Qualified R&D Expenses (QREs)
Indefinite (until credit is used up)
To get an estimate of the potential value of your unclaimed R&D Tax Credits, try out our credit calculator.
Download our R&D Tax Credit Calculator for Android to see how much you can receive from your qualified R&D tax credit expenses.
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