Article Citations

The R&D Tax Credit Aspects of Harbor Redevelopment

[1] “The R&D Tax Credit Aspects of Innovation in Maryland.” Charles R. Goulding, Michael Wilshere and Jennifer Reardon. RDTS Publishing. September 2015. Accessed at:

[2] “With Two New Projects, Waterfront Development Would Continue.” Natalie Sherman. The Baltimore Sun. August 13, 2015. Accessed at:

[3] “The R&D Tax Credit Aspects of California.” Charles R. Goulding, Andrea Albanese and Michael Wilshere. RDTS Publishing. January 2016. Accessed at:

[4] “Port District Staff Selects OliverMcMillan Plan for Harbor Island Redevelopment.” Lou Hirsh. San Diego Business Journal. September 6, 2016. Accessed at:

[5] “Milwaukee Harbor Would Sprout Buildings, Green Spaces and Jobs Under New Vision.” Sean Ryan. Milwaukee Business Journal. April 4, 2016. Accessed at:

[6] “The R&D Tax Aspects of Coastal Protection Infrastructure.” Charles R. Goulding, Andressa Bonafe and Charles G. Goulding. RDTS Publishing. October 2014. Accessed at:

[7] “Modeling and Engineering Design of Savannah Harbor, Georgia.” Tetra Tech, Inc. Accessed at:

[8] “Mr. Trash Wheel.” Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore. Accessed at:

[9] “The R&D Tax Aspects of Solar Photovoltaic Development.” Charles R. Goulding, Andrea Albanese and Andressa Bonafe. RDTS Publishing. August 2014. Accessed at:

[10] “R&D Credit Opporunity for Smart Sensors.” Charles R. Goulding and Spencer Marr. Corporate Business Taxation Monthly. July 2012. Accessed at:

[11] “NOAA PORTS Data System Keeps Harbors Safe with Environmental Sensors.” Alex Card. Fondriest Envirnmental, Inc. July 12, 2013. Accessed at: