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Webinar
Date:
Tuesday, May 13, 2014; 2-3 p.m. EDT
For U.S. manufacturers and global manufacturers investing in the U.S. market, the current tax environment offers valuable credits and incentives at both the federal and state levels. What credits and incentives should manufacturers consider?

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For U.S. manufacturers and global manufacturers investing in the U.S. market, the current tax environment offers valuable credits and incentives at both the federal and state levels. What credits and incentives should manufacturers consider? This webinar will review key strategies manufacturers can employ to minimize tax obligations associated with their U.S. operations.

Learning objectives

At the conclusion of this session, participants will:
  • Identify the tax implications of the reshoring trend in U.S. manufacturing
  • Distinguish how recent changes to the regulations for R&D expenditures may expand their tax benefits
  • Identify how international companies can appropriately structure their investments in the United States
  • Indicate how to pursue state tax incentives available, including job credits, abatements for new machinery and equipment, grants for new facilities, and more

Presenters

  • Nathan Buchalski, Lead Partner, Tax Solutions Group
  • David DeCew, Tax Associate
  • Kellie Becker, Tax Associate
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