Justin Gephart is joined by Jacob Everett of our Credit and Incentive Services practice to discuss hot topics in economic development across the country.
In his latest piece in Accounting Today, Ben Worrell discusses industry type, the core foundation of the four pillars of economic development (location, timing, investment and jobs) and how it is often the first determiner of whether a project could be eligible for economic credits and incentives.
In Area Development, Jacob Everett, CEcD discusses the need to embrace automation and AI, and how we can reposition our workforce for a successful journey.
Credits & Incentives Consultants Emily Poole and Sierra Enlow take over the podcast to celebrate International Women’s Day.
In the fourth installment in his series in Accounting Today, Ben Worrell discusses the final pillar of credits and incentives projects: jobs.
In this episode, Dave McGuire sits down with Ben Worrell to discuss the importance of staying ahead of growth projects in order to secure valuable economic development incentives.
Rocky Mountain Orthodontics is a leading orthodontics manufacturer. The oldest privately held orthodontics firm in the United States, RMO is responsible for dramatic technological advances in orthodontics. RMO changed ownership in 2020 and is investing in new technologies and processes that will continue to drive the company forward.
As trusted advisors, CPAs must continually bring value to clients. State and local credits and incentives can deliver significant value to growing clients, but a proactive approach is required. By talking to your growing clients early and identifying key triggers, your clients could realize valuable credits and incentives through their growth plans.
In the third installment in his series in Accounting Today, Ben Worrell discusses the next pillar of credits and incentives projects: investment.
There are key pillars of Credits & Incentives projects that can determine the potential success of a project, including location, timing, investment, and jobs. If a project is in the right location and incentives are pursued at the right time, the potential to maximize incentive opportunities is greater. In his series in Accounting Today, Ben Worrell dives into the pillars of viable and successful credits and incentives projects.
This week, Justin Gephart sits down with Jacob Everett of our Credit and Incentive Services practice to discuss hot topics in economic development across the country. As a certified economic developer, Jacob advises growing companies on their investment, location and job-creation strategies through site selection and analysis of workforce and economic impact.