WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
CEOs, presidents, partners and CFOs of contract manufacturing companies
Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018 from 12:00 – 12:30 PM CT
Due to a number of pro-business changes, contract manufacturers are qualifying for valuable tax credits like never before. Already one of the largest incentives available for the benefit of contract manufacturers, modifications made to the Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit have not only increased the number of companies eligible for the credit, but its total value for many businesses.
If you are a contract manufacturer or a job shop involved in any of the following industries, it is critical that you attend our upcoming webinar regarding the R&D Tax Credit—you may be leaving significant cash on the table:
- Custom equipment/machine fabrication
- Die casting
- Electronic contract manufacturing
- Metal fabrication
- Metal stamping
- Plastic part production
- Precision machining
- Systems integration
- Tool & die
Even if you have never claimed the credit, or have claimed the credit in prior years, due to changes as recent as last year, your company could be in line for significant savings.
Rick Lazio is alliantgroup’s Senior Vice President based in the firm’s New York office. Lazio is a former U.S. Representative for New York, a former EVP for JP Morgan Chase and a CNN political analyst. Throughout his tenure and post-congressional career, he has been a strong advocate for small businesses sponsoring impactful legislation such as the Small Business Tax Fairness Act. He received his B.A. from Vassar College and his J.D. from Washington College of Law at American University.
Michael Siegel, CPA and alliantgroup Managing Director, is dedicated to helping U.S. businesses claim government-sponsored incentives, and has guided more than 1000 companies’ claims to the Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit. As a direct result of Michael’s distinct expertise in qualifying industrial production processes and activities, alliantgroup has successfully claimed more than $1 billion in R&D tax credits for U.S. manufacturing businesses.
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