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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

The ABC's of State Tax Credits and Incentives Webinar

March 22, 2016 / 1:00pm - 2:30 EST (Eastern Time Zone)

When it comes to state tax, you need to make that sure you're not missing out on potential credits or incentives that are available to your company as they can result in huge tax savings. If a company is growing its business or building new a facility, it's essential to know what credits and incentives are available. Many incentive programs must be applied for in advance of the commencement of a project . Additionally, states are frequently enacting or eliminating state tax credits or incentives, and it can be difficult to stay up-to-date and keep track of what is current. 

 

This webinar will provide a broad overview of state statutory income and franchise tax credits, sales tax incentives and property tax incentives available throughout the United States. You'll also learn what triggers such credits (e.g. training, hiring, job creation, capital investment). This webinar will also provide an overview of discretionary incentives, including cash grants, property tax relief, sales tax relief, payroll withholding rebates and other unique infrastructure or business driver support.  Finally, this webinar will touch upon cash-based incentive tools being deployed by Economic Development Agencies and the states to attract major investments.

 

This webinar taught by Jennifer Zimmerman, partner with Horwood Marcus & Berk, and moderated by Diane Yetter of the Sales Tax Institute will help you to understand and take advantage of credits and incentives, so you can reap the benefits. Don't miss out on potentially huge tax savings -  register now!

 

 


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