TUESDAY, November 17, 2015
12:00 – 1:00 PM CST
Many companies with U.S. government contracts for software and technology work are missing out on a valuable tax incentive. Despite what you may have heard, the R&D Tax Credit is available to government contractors performing eligible R&D work, just like any other business.
Join alliantgroup’s Senior Managing Director/Executive Vice President, Sonny Grover, and Senior Director, Matthew Noll, for this complimentary webinar on how your projects for the government could substantially improve your company’s bottom line.
The R&D Tax Credit is designed to reward businesses that are rising to the technical challenges of their respective industries. Some examples of government contract-friendly companies that are often fantastic candidates for the R&D Tax Credit include businesses in:
- Information technology
- Systems integration
- Software development
- Defense technology
Some examples of GovCon activities that qualify for the R&D Tax Credit include:
- Developing defense technology
- Designing simulation software
- Updating security protocols
- Developing visual and video identification systems
- Performing scientific testing
- Providing miscellaneous technical services to the federal government
For more information on alliantgroup and our tax consulting services, please visit our website at www.alliantgroup.com.