WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
CEOs, Owners, Presidents, Partners and Financial Decision Makers
Tuesday, January 21st, 2020 from 12:00 – 12:15 PM CT
Upcoming tax filing deadlines are just around the corner.
Businesses in the world of system engineering and integration are leveraging a powerful government incentive in order to reduce their tax liability, increasing their bottom line and making them more competitive.
Join the alliantgroup experts for a complimentary webinar to learn how the work your company does each day can translate into significant tax savings that can take your business to the next level.
Thousands of system engineering and integration companies are qualifying for these power government incentives based on their everyday activities and their employment of engineers and technical salespeople.
From VARs to distributors, system engineers and system integrators, businesses across the U.S. just like you have been able to use this benefit to hire and retain amazing talent, purchase new equipment and grow their overall operations.
Make sure you attend this webinar, where alliantgroup’s own Neil Shah and Margorie McLenan will walk you through how system integrators and engineers are leveraging available incentives to stay competitive in this New Year. You won’t want to want to take on this filing season without tuning in!
About the Presenters
Neil Shah is a Technical Director at alliantgroup, specializing in the architecture & engineering, construction/contracting and manufacturing industries. An engineer by trade, he has worked for a prestigious architecture & engineering firm, as well as Fortune 500 software and technology company. In his role at alliantgroup, Neil has worked with hundreds of small to mid-sized businesses and has helped claim over $250 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.