On January 1, 2020, the Act on Tax Promotion of Research and Development (FZulG; BGBl I p. 2763) came into force. The Act allows tax incentives for research expenditure by companies and is intended to provide incentives to invest in research and development (R&D). What does this mean for you?

Eligible expenditures include in particular R&D contracts. 60% of the costs of a contract are eligible expenses within the meaning of the new law. So it has never been cheaper to finance R&D contracts. Without time-consuming applications for publicly funded projects and without the associated publication requirement, R&D projects that we carry out for you will now receive 60% funding.

Especially in economically difficult times like today – R&D projects offer important opportunities for technological reorientation. Open up new opportunities together with us!

Get in contact with us:

Dr Wolfgang Kollenberg: w.kollenberg@wzr.cc and Dr Dieter Nikolay: d.nikolay@wzr.cc

New support for research and development