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April 2017

Post-Tax Season Opportunities

We trust that tax season was a success for you and your firm. McGuire Sponsel had its most productive tax season to date with over 390 calculations completed for the 2016 deadlines. Planning to continue this momentum through 2017, we would like to highlight some potential opportunities where your clients may realize benefit.

Our Credits and Incentives Practice assists growing businesses through location decisions, while negotiating the best available incentive package. A business may qualify if they are considering expanding, creating new jobs or purchasing equipment.

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Conceived out of the need to provide tested and proven specialty advisory solutions, McGuire Sponsel partners with accounting firms to offer cost segregation studies, research and development studies, IC-DISC studies, and financing & economic incentive opportunities.


Minimize State and Local Tax with Negotiated Credits & Incentives

Steve Brunson

Payroll tax credits, workforce training grants, infrastructure grants, property tax abatements and tax increment financing are just a few of the tools that state and local economic development groups have at their disposal to entice businesses to expand and invest in their communities.

Add these all together, and you have a tremendous amount of value available to growing businesses—value that state and local governments want to deliver to support job creation and economic expansion in their areas.

Cost Segregation in an Uncertain Tax Environment

David McGuire

Another tax season has passed and it is time to start thinking about planning for the next tax deadline. In the current environment, any discussion regarding tax planning must acknowledge that the tax code’s future is unknown. Since the election Tax Reform has been a major topic of conversation both within businesses and within the government. However, as of the writing of this article, nothing has been done. With this uncertainty in the tax code, how do we plan for the future?

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