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CEOs, CFOs, Presidents, Business Owners and other C-level decision makers.


Thursday, September 12th, 2019 from 12:00 – 12:15 PM CT


The tech world moves fast and companies in the field are always looking to stay ahead. Successful tech companies do not rest on their laurels and they are always looking for the next big thing. That means implementing new processes to increase efficiency, developing new or improving existing software, or inventing new products. This also means hiring top technical talent to bring in new ideas and push innovation at your company.

The United States has passed legislation designed to help your company do all of the above. There are powerful anti-outsourcing tax incentives that reward software and tech companies that employ top technical talent here in the United States.

Please join us for a complimentary online presentation as our tax professionals and tech industry experts explain how software and tech companies of all sizes can take advantage of these tax incentives. Whether you are looking to reduce your tax liability or are looking to increase capital, this presentation is a must-attend for business owners looking to stay ahead.

About the Presenters:

Alex Kirillov is a Technical Director at alliantgroup, specializing in the software & technology, government contracting and architecture & engineering industries. Over the past six years, he has worked with over 500 U.S. businesses to help them identify valuable government incentives. In his role at alliantgroup, Alex has helped small and medium-sized businesses claim over $300 million in credits and incentives.


With an unmistakable passion for integrated technologies, Margorie McLenan’s leadership has helped software, systems and high-tech businesses claim over $45 million in federal and state tax incentives. She is one of the driving forces behind alliantgroup’s Software Industry Practice Group, where she has steered over 400 tax studies through the identification, substantiation and implementation processes that accompany a tax credit study.


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