Frequently Asked Questions

Businesses from almost every industry have claimed R&D tax credits. If you have employees or contractors in the United States who spend any time developing new or improved products, processes, software, algorithms, formulas, or inventions, then you likely qualify for the R&D tax credit.

Even if your company is not profitable and does not owe any income taxes, you can claim the R&D tax credit to reduce your payroll taxes!

Our process is run and conducted by R&D tax credit experts from EY, KPMG, and PwC who have helped businesses claim over $100M in R&D tax credits – creating robust and defensible R&D studies for our clients.

Yes! However, the only state that offers the payroll version of the R&D credit is Georgia which means that in order to actually use the R&D credit of any other state your business must be profitable and owe income taxes in that state. You can also carry the state level credits forward and use them once you’re profitable.

Fees vary based on the size of the tax credit savings. We only charge you if we save you money!

Eligible Startups can get about 10% back on qualifying expenses such as wages, contractor costs, cloud hosting and infrastructure, supplies, and legal costs. On average, qualified startups get $50k in Federal R&D Credits per year.

Federal and State income tax filings, Delaware Franchise tax filings, 1099–NEC filings and more.

Pricing is determined by your total monthly expenses — increasing as your monthly expenses increase.

Pricing is determined by your total monthly expenses — increasing as your monthly expenses increase.

No. Bookkeeping and Taxes are two different services. You may work with Haven on either one or both!