Technology

A Strategic Business Partner

Helping technology companies succeed requires deep industry experience and a strong commitment to providing timely, value-added services that go beyond the basics. Along with proactive communication, that's exactly what we bring to our technology clients and their management teams.

We offer an integrated mix of compliance and value-added services to help companies improve operations, prepare for the future, and capitalize on opportunities. With Moss Adams, technology companies have a business partner with the expertise to help them:

  • Enter international markets
  • Effectively manage global tax rates
  • Prepare for liquidity events and an IPO
  • Report on sustainability efforts
  • Work with capital markets
  • Complete transactions
  • Bring new products to market
  • Establish key accounting and financial reporting policies
  • Design and implement effective internal controls and procedures

Who We Serve

We serve emerging, institutionally backed start-ups, multinational public enterprises, and everything in between. And our clients come from all parts of the technology industry, including:

  • Software and services
  • Fintech
  • Digital media
  • Advertising and marketing media
  • Gaming and entertainment
  • Internet services
  • Hardware and devices

Technology Guides

Technology companies face unique business challenges and opportunities throughout various stages of growth. Some of the most pressing topics that affect nearly every tech company are listed below as part of our Technology Guide series: understanding why SOC is important, state and local tax complications, constant cybersecurity threats, the application of R&D credits, and overseas expansion, among others.

Insights


Article
Gain insight into key cryptocurrency FAQs, the taxability of these funds when transferred via hard forks or airdrops, and more.

Webcast
Join us for an on-demand webcast to receive a comprehensive year-end tax update. We’ll explore major federal and state tax changes, key implications for businesses and individuals, and methods to help your company identify potential opportunities and areas of exposure.

Article
Explore four growth opportunities to help decrease your tax liability and boost cybersecurity.

Article
Software companies may be able to save up to 10% of qualified R&D expenses for employee wages, contract research, supplies, and more.

Article
The innovation in the technology industry is a natural fit for R&D tax credits, but improperly claiming these credits can result in IRS penalties.

Article
The innovation in the software industry is a natural fit for R&D tax credits, but improperly claiming these credits can result in IRS penalties.

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