Financial Benefits of IC-DISC and R&D Tax Credits for U.S. Manufacturers [FREE WEBINAR]

Is your manufacturing company one of the many in the United States that is experiencing a rapid increase of exported goods?  Exporting creates an opportunity to use a tax savings strategy by creating an Interest Charge – Domestic International Sales Corporation (IC-DISC). Not just for large C-Corporations, an IC-DISC applies to small/medium pass-through entities as well. However, while over 6000 small and medium businesses take advantage of the tax incentives of the IC-DISC, thousands more that are eligible are failing to do so.

Likewise, another tax incentive frequently overlooked by manufacturing companies is the R&D Tax Credit, who presume they must have on-site laboratories or breakthrough ‘white-lab coat’ research to claim the credits. Comparatively, others distress that they will face complex tax calculations or that it will trigger an IRS audit. However, many small businesses can claim the R&D tax credit. Moreover, with the changes to the permanency of the R&D tax credit and the PATH Act, the credit is now more easily available to smaller companies and start-ups.

Therefore, to elaborate on these often disregarded tax incentives, Swanson Reed has teamed up with Export Advisors to provide a FREE Webinar next week on the tips and tools you need for claiming the R&D tax credit and the  IC-DISC in the manufacturing sector. This webinar also includes an interactive Q&A session at the end to answer any questions you may have.

WHEN: Tuesday, August 23, 2016 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM (CDT) Add to Calendar
Cost: Free

1:00pm – 1:25pm CDT
 – R&D Tax Incentives for the Manufacturing Industry
Presenter: Cherie Jones, Tax Director – Swanson Reed
1:25pm – 1:50pm CDT – IC-DISC for the Manufacturing Industry
Presenter: Dave Spray, President – Export Advisors
1:50pm – 2:00pm CDT – Interactive Q&A Session

To ensure you don’t miss out, register for our free webinar on EventBrite: 

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