Credits and Incentives Procurement
In order to attract and retain growing businesses, state and local governments can provide valuable economic incentives such as grants, tax credits, abatements and more. When companies expand, make capital investments or add new jobs, McGuire Sponsel guides them through the economic incentives process.
State and local credits and incentives include tax abatements, payroll tax credits, infrastructure grants, low or no interest loans, training grants, tax increment financing and more.
When are Economic Incentives Available?
Credits and incentives are available far more frequently than many businesses realize. Consider incentive opportunities before:
- Relocating Operations
- Expanding or Downsizing Operations
- Acquiring another Business or Merging Operations
- Purchasing Equipment
- Adding Jobs
- Buying, Leasing or Building a Facility
How McGuire Sponsel Can Help
McGuire Sponsel connects the growth plans of its clients with available credits and incentives to reduce a company’s overall costs and add dollars to a company’s bottom line. McGuire Sponsel’s location advisory team advocates on behalf of growing businesses, helping them find the best location and negotiating the best available incentive packages from state and local governments across the United States.
Call McGuire Sponsel today to learn how credits and incentives can bring value to your bottom line.
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