Former Congressman Rick Lazio Shares New Article and Free Webinar, Predicts R&D Will Fuel NY’s Manufacturing Growth

Former U.S. Representative Rick Lazio crossed over to the private sector after leaving public office in 2001, but he never stopped advocating for New York’s economic and industrial growth. As a current director at alliantgroup, he remains committed to his continued interest and support of small to mid-sized businesses.

In a recent article published in Manufacturing Matters (powered by MACNY), Rick and his alliantgroup colleague, Executive Vice President Sonny Grover, urge New York’s manufacturing businesses to break the cycle of disregard for government-sponsored incentives, particularly, the Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit.

The PATH Forward: How Congress Opened Up New Avenues of Growth for New York Manufacturers delivers insight into the recent legislative developments that have created new opportunities for previously ineligible manufacturers to claim and recirculate millions, or even billions, of dollars back into the manufacturing industry and New York’s economy.

“These changes could not be timelier given the delicate stage in the industry’s recovery. The industry need for aggressive research and development has never been greater and now Congress is providing manufacturers that are making technical contributions to the American economy with the resources to think bigger, produce better and be more competitive in the marketplace.” READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE.

Manufacturers across all U.S. states are invited to learn more on Tuesday, April 12, for a free webinar designed exclusively for manufacturing business leaders. alliantgroup’s Managing Director Michael Siegel addresses the industry’s bad habit of overlooking what can add up to millions of dollars in unclaimed tax credits.

Contact us today for more information on how the manufacturing industry is profiting from recent legislative changes.

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