Register Today for McKonly & Asbury’s Free “The Research & Development Tax Credit” Webinar
Register today for the first webinar in our new series – Are You Controlling Your Tax Liability? As we recently announced here, we are partnering with alliantgroup for this special series.
Join Michael Siegel, Managing Director of alliantgroup on August 8 as he kicks off this series with a webinar entitled: “The Research & Development Tax Credit – A Hidden and Immediate Source of Cash Reduction to Current and Future Years’ Federal and State Tax Liabilities”.
At the conclusion of the presentation, attendees will be able to identify the industries where R&D Tax Credits are most likely generated, in addition to the types of activities that may qualify for the credit. Participants will be able to identify the effects of funded research with an understanding of potential tax issues that may reduce or eliminate the value of R&D Tax Credits to a company or its shareholders. Additionally, recent IRS directives and current court cases will be discussed. Participants will be able to identify each of these cases and the effects on documentation and R&D Tax Credits that may be generated.
This free, hour-long webinar will take place on Thursday, August 8th at 2:00 p.m. EST. This program is a live webinar which offers you the opportunity to ask questions and interact with the presenters. There is no quiz and no exam. This webinar qualifies as live CPE and is not considered self-study. No prerequisites are necessary for this webinar and the program level is basic / introductory.
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