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Elizabeth Chic, Esq.

Director of Tax Credits

Elizabeth has worked in the Research & Development tax credit industry for over 18 years.  She holds a B.A. from University of California, San Diego, and a Juris Doctor from the University of California, Davis School of Law.  After law school, she began working at Deloitte, specializing in R&D tax credits.  During her 10-year tenure, she helped her clients capture and document the credit as well as provided tax controversy services related to the R&D tax credit.  Subsequently, she spent 8 years as part of the leadership team at Tax Credit Co.’s R&D tax credit practice.  Some of her contributions include developing the standard operating procedure, creating tools for effective and efficient project implementation, being the product owner for the company’s time survey software tool, and hiring, training, and developing staff.

Elizabeth’s clients have varied both in size and industry.  She has worked on very large clients who top the Fortune 500 list as well as mid-market clients.  Her client’s industries include those in the software, manufacturing, entertainment, life science, retail, fintech, and performance apparel, etc. space.  She uses her tax controversy expertise to strengthen her clients’ R&D tax credit claims by providing them with audit-focused deliverables.

In her free time, Elizabeth enjoys hanging out with her husband and 3 children.  She also enjoys reading, trying new restaurants, and traveling.

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