WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
CEOs, Presidents, Partners and CFOs of Architecture, Engineering and Construction/Contracting Firms
Tuesday, February 25th, 2020 from 12:00 – 12:30 PM CT
If you are a commercial building owner, or an architect, engineer or contractor who makes energy efficiency improvements to government-owned buildings, rejoice!
Capitol Hill worked through the holidays to deliver on a tax extenders package that included the extension of the Section 179D Energy Efficient Commercial Buildings Deduction. Commercial building owners who implement energy efficient enhancements to their buildings and architects, engineers and contractors who make energy efficiency improvements to government-owned buildings can qualify for a substantial tax deduction under 179D. The latest update expanded the benefit of the deduction to include projects put into service before December 31, 2020.
Join our hosts Dean Zerbe and Alex Kirillov as they explain what’s new with 179D and how you can claim this lucrative government reward.
Don’t forget – any buildings built or retrofitted beginning in 2006 can still qualify and reduce upcoming tax payments. Register now!
About the Presenters
Dean Zerbe is alliantgroup’s National Managing Director based in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. Prior to joining alliantgroup, Zerbe was Senior Counsel and Tax Counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance. He worked closely with then-Chairman of the Finance Committee, Senator Charles Grassley, on tax legislation. During his tenure on the Finance Committee, Zerbe was intimately involved with nearly every major piece of tax legislation that was signed into law, including the 2001 and 2003 tax reconciliation bills, the JOBS bill in 2004 (corporate tax reform) and the Pension Protection Act.
Alex Kirillov is a Technical Director at alliantgroup, specializing in small and mid-sized businesses. 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.