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WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

CEOs, CFOs, Presidents and Financial Decision Makers

WHEN:

Thursday, July 11th, 2019 from 12:00 – 12:30 PM CT

Some of the top issues facing CEO’s and business owners today are hiring, retention and growth. To address these problems, mid-market businesses across the country are using powerful government incentives to help them hire and retain top talent, reinvest, and stay competitive.

These incentives were put in place by Congress to keep technical talent in the United States and encourage innovation. Due to new laws, regulations and judicial rulings, these incentives have greatly expanded for the benefit of a wide-range of companies and industries. There has never been a better time to explore this benefit for your business.

Join alliantgroup Managing Director Reed Showalter for an informative presentation on the key government incentives that every CEO should be aware of in 2019. During the webinar, alliantgroup’s experts will review qualifying industries and activities, and share how companies like yours can maximize the value of available incentives. If you’re a CEO or business owner looking for a way to put capital back into your business, this is a must watch presentation!

About the Presenter:

Reed Showalter, Managing Director for the Pacific Northwest Region, offices in the alliantgroup Sacramento office. Reed serves as a CPA liaison and provides technical support for the regional directors. He also serves on alliantgroup’s National Technical Review Committee and the Technical Legislative Committee, chairs the internal training program, and is a member of alliantgroup’s Tax Controversy Services (TCS) team. Reed has more than 18 years of experience in accounting, tax, audit, and business consulting with several large regional accounting firms. As part of senior management in these firms, Reed was responsible for advising and consulting clients on various audit and tax issues.

Have questions or comments? Email education@alliantgroup.com

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