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In addition to the federal R&D Credit, there are numerous state R&D Credits available for taxpayers. These credits are meant to encourage and incentivize research activities within state borders. These state R&D Credits typically follow the requirements of the federal R&D Credit, but can often have key differences as it relates to qualification criteria, calculation methods, and processes for claiming the credit. In this webinar, David Seibel and Tanner Niehaus discuss what constitutes qualified research activities, the state R&D Credits available and how they compare and contrast with the federal R&D Credit, and state examinations and best practices.