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Three Beneficial Tax Provisions: What Engineering Firms Should Know

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Three Benefitical Tax Provisions: What Engineering Firms Should Know
Speaker: Dean Zerbe, alliantgroup, LP
Recorded: Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Length: 90 minutes

Are you fully utilizing the beneficial tax provisions potentially available to your engineering business? In today's challenging marketplace, maximizing your bottom line demands vigilance and an understanding of tax provisions and how they can affect and apply to operations.

Dean Zerbe, alliantgroup, LP, presents a valuable webinar with a new look at key tax provisions and the details that engineering firms should know. The interactive event gives registrants an opportunity to ask questions on tax laws which will be covered:

  • 179D-Energy Efficient Commercial Buildings—Detail of how this law works, the types of projects most likely to qualify, and the special rules that provide significant tax benefits for engineering firms working on government buildings. He'll review case studies of firms benefitting from the 179D tax incentives.
  • R&D Tax Credit—participants will hear how this important tax credit applies to engineering firms along with a discussion on how common misunderstandings-or misguided self-censoring-by firms may be preventing them from getting the full benefit of the law. Of particular interest are recent changes in the tax laws at federal and state levels that give an even greater tax benefit to small and medium engineering firms. Particpants will hear examples of engineering firms benefitting from the R&D tax credit at state and federal levels.
  • Tax Incentives for Overseas Work—an important discussion of the IC-Disc which provides significant tax savings to engineering firms that design buildings in the U.S. that are then built overseas.

 

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Author(s): Dean Zerbe

ISBN: --
Year Published: 2011

Number of Pages: 45
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