409, 2019

Is Your Firm Maximizing Government Incentives?

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CEOs, Owners, Presidents, Founders and other financial decision makers at custom fabrication, welding, industrial heating, and process equipment companies.


Thursday, September 19th, 2019 from 4:00 – 4:30 PM CT

Is your firm maximizing available incentives?

If your company holds code stamps from the ASME, there’s a good chance you qualify for an extremely lucrative government incentive! From developing an initial design in Auto CAD, to evaluating alternative welding techniques – your everyday problem-solving activities can translate into powerful tax savings.

Custom fabricators of processing equipment, pressure vessels, and/or boilers are among the best candidates […]

2308, 2019

Fitting the Mold: Why Plastics Professionals Should Join Their Competitors and Take Advantage of the R&D Tax Credit

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Technological developments in the agriculture sector have created heightened yield expectations. Those expectations are mixed with a call for environmentally friendly farming practices and increased attention to addressing problems like world hunger.

2208, 2019

We have helped California businesses claim more than $1.5 Billion in Tax Credits and Incentives

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Top Tools to Help Architects, Engineers and Contractors Reduce Their Taxes

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CEOs, Owners, Presidents, Partners and financial decision makers at architecture, engineering and sub-contracting firms.


Thursday, September 5th, 2019 from 12:00 – 12:30 PM CT

With upcoming filing deadlines and quarterly estimated payments, now is the time for architects, engineers and contractors to maximize the value of available government-sponsored incentives. Routine business activities qualify companies in this industry for not one, but two powerful incentives that can significantly reduce tax liability.

Join the alliantgroup experts for an informative presentation to learn how the technical talent you employ and the government projects you complete translate into lucrative […]

1908, 2019

The Most Lucrative Incentive for Midstream Suppliers and Equipment Manufacturers

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CEOs, CFOs, Presidents and Financial Decision Makers for Midstream Suppliers and Service Providers, and Equipment Manufacturers


Thursday, August 29th, 2019 from 7:30 – 8:00 AM CT OR 4:30 – 5:00 PM CT

Your business is your life. You’ve poured your blood, sweat, tears, and money into growing your company and hiring top technical talent. That’s why when you see your tax bill your stomach may drop. Luckily, there are powerful government incentives available for midstream suppliers and equipment manufacturers to reward them for growing their companies, staying competitive and hiring technical talent in America.

The problem? With […]

1308, 2019

Why Manufacturers are Vulnerable to Cyber Attacks

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Owners, CFOs, CIOs, and CTOs and Financial Decision Makers for Manufacturing Companies


Thursday, August 29th, 2019 from 12:00 – 12:30 PM CT

Data breaches have hit a record high across the nation, but no business sector has been under fire as much as the manufacturing industry. Due to the highly-connected nature of the manufacturing processes of today (robotics, automation, IoT, etc.), vulnerability to cyber-attacks are a serious issue within the industry.

Please join us for a complimentary webinar hosted by cybersecurity experts Jon Murphy and Jason Robbins on the digital threats facing […]

708, 2019

Underused tax incentive could benefit material handling companies

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July 12, 2019
by Neil Shah, alliantgroup Director
Published in Modern Materials Handling

While innovation in the material handling sector will itself create growth, a powerful tax incentive can help companies become more agile by putting money back into the hands of the business.

The R&D Tax Credit, which is a dollar-for-dollar incentive that to date has helped U.S. businesses save $10 billion every year, was implemented in the late 1980s to encourage domestic corporate innovation.

Today, the credit is the government’s premier incentive to reward businesses that are innovating while keeping technical jobs in the U.S. In the last few years, various legislative changes, including the 2015 PATH Act, have not only made the credit permanent, but also widened the scope of the incentive.

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