President Biden recently made an infrastructure bill counteroffer to Senate Republicans, lowering the total proposed cost from $2.3 trillion to $1.7 trillion. However, Republicans are still unsatisfied, releasing on Thursday a proposal for only $257 billion in infrastructure spending.
This year, IT consultants are eligible for powerful tax incentives that can help fund their innovation efforts and keep their technical workers on staff. The $1.9 trillion stimulus package recently enacted by Congress and the Biden Administration has something in it for almost everyone, and IT consultants are no exception.
While much of the economy struggled through the pandemic, agriculture helped keep the country fed and afloat. Much of ag was also considered essential and avoided the lockdowns that crippled most of the nation.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here, but the question is, will the United States be as influential as we have been in recent decades? Many would argue the opposite as we exit the top-10 index of global innovation.
Do you remember when most product labels said “Made in the USA”? For many decades the U.S. dominated manufacturing, both at home and worldwide, but globalization is relentless.
Chairman Wyden, Ranking Member Crapo, and distinguished Members of the Committee, thank you very much for the opportunity to submit written comments in response to your important hearing to discuss the effect of the U.S. tax code on domestic manufacturing.
With a focus on expanding economic opportunity in rural areas, the federal government is pouring billions into fiber expansion, satellite networks and other digital infrastructure aimed at boosting connectivity in hard-to-reach areas.
Mike Johanns and alliantgroup agriculture specialists want to help you benefit from lucrative tax incentives that can provide you with funding and reduce your input costs in 2021.
As President Biden takes office, tech policy is high on his agenda. That makes sense: The tech industry is a key driver of prosperity and growth, and all of us should wish the president success in this area.
When the Apollo 13 spacecraft had problems on its way to the moon in 1970, NASA engineers mobilized to find a solution. They meticulously considered every possible option for getting the astronauts home safely – except one.