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How The R&D Tax Credit Can Benefit Control System And Process Engineers

It’s not often a company’s day-to-day services can lead to tax relief, but that’s the case for control system and process engineers. Designing and implementing systems that function efficiently is the main priority for these engineers. In order to do so, system enhancements continuously need to be developed, which more often than not means one thing: spending money.

Maximize What You’re Claiming: Incentives for the Design & Build Industry

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: CPAs, CFOs, CEOs, Presidents and financial decision makers. WHEN: Tuesday, November 13th 2018 from 12:00-12:30pm CT   Are you conducting "routine engineering work"? If so, this presentation is for you. alliantgroup will be hosting an insightful presentation focused on how architecture, engineering and construction firms are qualifying for generous tax savings thanks

alliantgroup Named a Service Vendor Associate Member of FPDA

alliantgroup is proud to announce that it has been named a Service Vendor Associate Member of the Fluid Power Distributors Association. As the newest provider for the organization, alliantgroup will be delivering vital consulting services with respect to valuable government-sponsored tax incentives. “It gives me great pride to be joining a first-class organization such as

The R&D Tax Credit: Major Savings Available for Architects and Engineers

by Brian Aumueller, Managing Director March 1, 2021 | published in When it comes to taxes, the main focus for architecture and engineering firms of late has been the new tax law and the opportunities it’s providing companies to grow and reinvest in their businesses. For this installment of “Executive Corner,” Russ Ryan, principal at Rusk

Three Overlooked Tax-Saving Provisions by Engineering Companies

By Sonny Grover, Executive Vice President, alliantgroup and Nick Worley, Director, alliantgroup April 18, 2017 | published in Control Engineering It is common for people to complain about the weather and taxes. While you can do nothing about the weather—there are ways to reduce your tax bill. This is especially the case for engineering firms.