alliantgroup to Host Webinar on Tax Credits for SDLC Projects

Michael Siegel, Manager Director at alliantgroup, will be hosting a free webinar entitled “Technology Takeover: Tax Credits for your SDLC Activities” on Wednesday, August 9th at 12:00 pm CT. During this presentation, Siegel will discuss why software and technology companies that are following Software Design Life Cycle (SDLC) processes are great candidates for the Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit.

The R&D Tax Credit has evolved for the benefit of software and technology companies, with new legislation and regulations having greatly expanded access to the credit. The government incentive now rewards companies that are hiring technical workers and performing technical activities here in the U.S.

During this webinar, Siegel will discuss the types of activities that qualify and the best practices for software and technology companies seeking to claim the full value they are entitled to from the credit.

“Software and technology companies are some of the absolute best candidates for the R&D Tax Credit, yet time and time again we see these businesses overlook this opportunity and leave immense value on the table,” said alliantgroup CEO, Dhaval Jadav. “This presentation will cover why so many software and technology companies stand to benefit from the credit.”

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alliantgroup’s mission is one of education and awareness—we exist to help industry organizations, businesses and the accounting firms that advise them take full advantage of all federal and state tax credits, incentives and deductions available. These powerful incentive programs are legislated by the government to help businesses grow and remain competitive locally as well as abroad. We are proud to have helped over 14,000 businesses claim more than $7 billion in tax incentives. alliantgroup’s international headquarters is in Houston, Texas, with offices across the country and internationally including New York, Boston, Chicago, Orange County, Sacramento, Indianapolis, Washington, D.C and London and Bristol in the U.K.