CEOs, presidents, partners and CFOs of US software and tech companies that perform technical work in the United States



Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017 from 12:00 – 12:30 PM CDT



Join alliantgroup’s Managing Director Michael Siegel for a free webinar to discuss how software and technology companies can capture the Research and Development Tax Credit. In recent years, this credit has been expanded through regulatory changes and landmark legislation that greatly benefit small and medium-sized businesses in the software industry.

Any US company that performs technical work—such as software development—in the United States is eligible for the R&D credit. Qualifying activities include:

  • Software development, engineering and testing
  • Customizing existing software programs for a specific company or purpose
  • Prototyping platforms
  • Integration with extant systems

This federal credit is designed to reward American job growth and innovation, which makes the tech industry especially well-suited to claim it. Many tech firms are unaware that their day-to-day activities qualify them for this valuable credit. Even businesses that are aware of this credit may be failing to capture the full extent of credits to which they are entitled.

In this free webinar, Siegel will discuss what work qualifies as R&D and how businesses can maximize the amount claimed. If your company develops software in any industry, there is a strong chance that you could benefit from this credit.


Michael Siegel is a Managing Director at alliantgroup who has helped software and tech companies claim millions in federal and state R&D tax credits. He is a certified public accountant with more than twenty years of experience helping businesses claim powerful tax incentives.

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