David Seibel gives an update on the Section 174 Amortization.
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Senior manager with our R&D practice, David Seibel, gives an update on Section 174 as well as providing a brief historical context of the amortization. Listen now to find out what CPAs can do in the meantime and how potential updates could have impact moving forward.