Precision of the RTC technical documentation

During a tax audit, when a company submits to the Administration several groups of projects divided into several sub-projects, batches and research topics, the Administration is entitled to control the eligibility of research expenses of each division without being limited to a global analysis of the main projects.

In the case at hand, the tasks performed within the sub-projects addressed different objectives, and each project involved spe-cific technological locks that were dealt with separately by the company.

Thomas Perrin

Thomas Perrin, Partner, specializes in international tax. He has been involved in many transactions for international French and foreign groups. In 2004, he created the R&D department as well as […]

Lucille Chabanel

Lucille has more than 14 years’ experience in tax law. She is a member of the corporate tax department since 2002 and joined the R&D group in 2004. She has […]

Daniel Briquet

Daniel Briquet, Partner and Engineer, is a member of Taj’s R&D Group. He regularly advises worldwide companies on their R&D strategy. Daniel is the former CEO of Thales Group and […]

Lionel Draghi

Lionel Draghi, Partner and Engineer, is a member of R&D department. Lionel has more than 15 years’ experience as Software Developer and Product Architect in the Industry sector. He has […]

Laurent Gouzènes

With more than 30 years’ professional experience in innovation and research, Laurent was technical and scientific director of several companies, including 18 years as Plan and Study Programs director within […]

Rémi Barnéoud

Remi has over 20 years of experience in development, project management and strategic advice in the areas of software, electronics, mechanics, and control and monitoring systems. Remi has developed an […]

Pierre Hardoin

Software and industrial engineer, working on R&D incentives such as tax credit for software or industrial R&D clients.