Warner Robinson, LLC

Tax Credit Experts
We can help you claim valuable tax credits

Warner Robinson, LLC

Energy Tax Credits
Our Services

R&D Tax Credits

Many companies have activities that qualify as performing R&D and we’ve been helping with R&D credits for over 25 years…

Energy Tax Credits

Energy Efficient Homes and Apartments
Builders/Developers qualify…

Cost Segregation

Cost Segregation is a strategic tax savings opportunity…

Audit Support

Bruce and Cedar have been involved with IRS & state…

Welcome To
Warner Robinson LLC

Who We Are

Warner Robinson provides deep technical expertise in the area of R&D tax credits in assisting clients in documenting and supporting R&D tax benefits. Warner Robinson also serves real estate clients via green tax incentives with the 45L energy efficient home tax credit and the 179D energy efficient building tax deduction, as well as cost segregation studies.

Warner Robinson LLC is led by Managing Directors Bruce Warner and  Cedar Robinson who are personally involved with each project.

Find out if you qualify for valuable
Tax Credits and Incentives

Cedar Robinson & Bruce Warner

Managing Director
Our Team

Bruce Warner

Managing Director

Cedar Robinson

Managing Director

Art Merriman

Senior Manager

Angelique Garcia


Success Stories

Software App Developer

R&D Tax Credit

$240,000 in R&D Credits

Energy Tax Credit

Single Family Home Builder

$320,000 in Energy Credits

Cost Segregation Study

Office Building

$300,000 in first year accelerated depreciation deductions

Recent News
Section 174 Guidance for Upcoming Tax Returns

Section 174 Guidance for Upcoming Tax Returns

IRS Issues Guidance on Section 174 – No Form 3115 for 174 R&E Costs: Rev. Proc. 2023-11 has been issued by the IRS, offering simplified procedures for the first taxable year starting after December 31, 2021 (so calendar year taxpayers’ year 2022). Instead of...

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IRS Proposes Changes to R&D Tax Credit Form 6765

IRS Proposes Changes to R&D Tax Credit Form 6765

The IRS recently proposed changes to the R&D tax credit form to better administer research credits going forward as of the 2023 tax year. These changes to Form 6765 Credit for Increasing Research Activities are still in the planning stages and IRS is seeking input...

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