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29 10, 2015

Government Contractor Myth 3: The R&D Tax Credit is only for large companies.

October 29th, 2015|alliantgroup|

Moving along in our blog series on the eight myths that are costing software and technology government contractors big dollars in annual tax savings, let’s explore our third R&D Tax Credit myth (a myth that certainly isn’t unique to software […]

28 10, 2015

How 6 Civil Engineering Firms Claimed R&D Tax Credits

October 28th, 2015|alliantgroup|

The R&D Tax Credit can provide an immediate source of funding as well as a significant reduction to current and future years’ federal and state tax liabilities.

Far too many civil engineering firms fail to realize that their activities designing and […]

21 10, 2015

Government Contractor Myth 2: Pursuing the credit isn’t worth my return on investment.

October 21st, 2015|alliantgroup|

Moving along in our blog series on the eight myths that are costing software and technology government contractors big dollars in annual tax savings, let’s explore our second R&D Tax Credit myth (one that mistakenly questions the very value of […]

14 10, 2015

Government Contractor Myth 1: My company doesn’t do R&D.

October 14th, 2015|alliantgroup|

Last week, we kicked off our blog series on eight myths that are costing software and technology government contractors big dollars in annual tax savings. Busting this first misperception dispels the most basic of the R&D Tax Credit myths:
Myth 1: […]

8 10, 2015

8 Tax Credit Myths About Government Contractors

October 8th, 2015|alliantgroup|

If so, then there is an excellent chance that your everyday projects could qualify for the single biggest tax credit out there for U.S. businesses.

Despite what you may have heard, the Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit is available for […]

7 10, 2015

American Cheese: A Family Business Cashes in on Research and Development

October 7th, 2015|alliantgroup|

Two years after buying a small dairy farm in Willows, California, three brothers dug a deep cellar with their bare hands and the help of a horse and a fresno scraper.

Richard, Fred and John Rumiano, Italian immigrants, started experimenting with […]

2 10, 2015

Reshoring and Technology Production Underpinning Manufacturing’s Rebound

October 2nd, 2015|alliantgroup|

Despite its nearly 100-year reign over global production, a plunge of U.S. manufacturing employment has had economists and laborers alike concerned for what the future holds for domestic factories. Left vulnerable over the last three decades by economic crises and […]