Thursday, November 19, 2020 from 12:00 – 12:30 PM CT
Life safety, fire, and security integrators work day in and day out to improve the integrity of the systems that keep our people and businesses safe. These efforts are exactly why integrators are so well positioned to claim a federal incentive that was designed to reward innovations. Section 41 of the U.S. Tax Code is the largest federal tax incentive available to American Businesses, and it’s helping to revitalize the U.S. economy during these uncertain times.
Today, integrators are some of the best candidates for this incentive based on the work they do to design, develop and integrate safety systems.
Join our team of experts on Tuesday, November 17, as they explain the value of Section 41 and how integrators can use the incentive to strengthen their business. Register below; this is a presentation you won’t want to miss!
Neil Shah is a Technical Director at alliantgroup, specializing in the architecture & engineering, construction/contracting and manufacturing industries. An engineer by trade, he has worked for a prestigious architecture & engineering firm, as well as a Fortune 500 software and technology company. In his role at alliantgroup, Neil has worked with hundreds of small to mid-sized businesses and has helped claim over $250 million in credits and incentives.
Freddie Custodio is an R&D Consultant based in alliantgroup’s Houston Headquarters. Throughout his time with alliantgroup, Freddie has worked on over 100 R&D studies, identifying over $16 million in credits for American businesses. Freddie is a team lead and specialist for the automation and manufacturing industries. Specializing in these industries, Freddie has helped many small and mid-sized American businesses reinvest in their companies to allow for further innovation and growth.