Automated tax credit calculations — safe, secure and reliable.

Speed & Security

Smart & Automated

Collaborative & Intuitive

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Most CPAs are too busy with accounting duties to identify specialty tax credits for their clients, inadvertently leaving billions of unclaimed dollars left on the table every year.

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Introducing Tax Credit Hero

Automated tax credit calculations for your clients’ research & development efforts. Our secure cloud computing provides smart automation of typically expensive consulting deliverables while lowering risk.

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Industries
We Serve

Tax Credit Hero’s expert team brings automated, proprietary calculations to the Healthcare and Software industries.

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How
We Do It

We've automated our decades of experience in the R&D tax credit space, carefully analyzing and crafting highly specialized workflows tailored to specific industries.

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For
CPAs

CPAs can quickly and painlessly identify tax incentives across a large sample of clients. The savings and speed with which they deliver will endear them to their clients.

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For
Clients

Clients are able to use their trusted CPA to amass specialty tax credits without hiring a tax consultant or specialist.

Designed by tax industry consultants and built by financial services software experts.

Stephen Tsai has spent the past decade working in technology, consulting for software, hardware and tax consulting companies.

 

Jason Mollner has been an R&D tax consultant for over 15 years, working the past decade with the Big 4. Jason is also a licensed attorney with a computer science background.

 

Les Bryson has been an R&D tax consultant for over 15 years, and has led a 100+ person R&D practice at a national tax consulting firm.

 

Jon Tvrdik is a consulting and fintech entrepreneur, creating digital experiences for some of the world’s largest financial institutions.

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Help your clients enjoy savings in both consulting services and potentially tax credits.

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