WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
CEOs, Owners, Presidents, Partners and financial decision makers at agriculture companies across disciplines – from producers, to processors, to farmers and the businesses that support the agriculture supply chain.
Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019 from 12:00 – 12:15 PM CT
Innovation is happening in American agriculture every day. From precision farming solutions, to robotic machinery in food processing, technology has redefined the day-to-day processes for businesses throughout the agriculture industry.
Often times, business owners overlook an important government-sponsored incentive that rewards the changes made – whether big or small – to incorporate these new technologies or improve daily production output. Operations of all sizes have been able to qualify for significant tax savings which provides additional capital to reinvest, stay competitive and continue innovating.
Who Can Qualify:
- Farming Operations
- Cattle Operations and Feedlots
- Swine Production and Processing
- Poultry Production and Processing
- Egg Production
- Dairy Farms and Processors
- Vineyards, Breweries, Distilleries
- Livestock Genetics
- Food Processors
- Equipment Manufacturers
- Feed Mills
- Grain Operations
Join the alliantgroup agricultural experts for an online presentation to learn how businesses just like yours have been able to qualify for these incentives and get back over $200M in tax savings. Don’t start your year-end tax planning until you have reviewed this opportunity for your business!
Have questions or comments? Email [email protected]
About the Presenters
Reed Showalter is a Managing Director at alliantgroup and a national practice leader with alliantgroup’s software, manufacturing, and agriculture practices. Reed has worked with hundreds of small to mid-sized businesses in the area of Research & Development Tax Credits. He has more than 20 years of experience providing management consulting services to hundreds of companies.
Tim Taschner is an Associate Director and leader for alliantgroup’s agriculture practice. Tim leads a team of agricultural experts and has completed hundreds of agricultural case studies involving farming, food processing and livestock production. To date, Tim and his team have found an estimated $150 million in federal and state R&D tax credits.