1308, 2019

Why Manufacturers are Vulnerable to Cyber Attacks

By |August 13th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

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WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

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

WHEN:

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 […]

1108, 2019

alliantgroup Joins SOCMA

By |August 11th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

HOUSTON, TX (August 11, 2019)—alliantgroup is proud to announce that it is now a member of SOCMA. 

As the only U.S.-based trade association solely dedicated to the specialty and fine chemical industry, SOCMA is part of a $300 billion sector that is fueling the U.S. economy. SOCMA’s members play an indispensable role in the global chemical supply chain, providing specialty chemicals to companies in markets ranging from aerospace and electronics to pharmaceuticals and agriculture. As the newest member of SOCMA, alliantgroup is seeking to bring significant value back to the organization’s members by helping them identify and claim valuable tax credit and incentive opportunities. 

“We welcome alliantgroup as our newest SOCMA member. Their expertise in understanding the complex tax code and the relevant incentives for new innovative chemistries provides additional value for our […]

708, 2019

Underused tax incentive could benefit material handling companies

By |August 7th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

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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