Tax planning for manufacturers: Assembling a sound strategy
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Tax planning concerns continue to be top of mind with many manufacturers. Management needs to be confident that key areas of tax planning are being addressed and that tax plans are aligned to the company’s strategic objectives.
During this webcast, we will address three important areas of tax planning and how they affect manufacturing companies. Discussion topics will include:
Federal credits and incentives — More than 50 credits and incentives expired at the end of 2013, but many are likely to be extended retroactively by Congress after the midterm elections. It is important for manufacturers to consider the steps needed to document qualifications to ensure they are positioned to take advantage of the tax benefits that may ultimately be made available.
The final tangible property regulations — The tangible property regulations may provide more benefits for some manufacturers than others. Learn how to get the most beneficial outcome as your company complies with the new rules.
Transfer pricing — Many manufacturers are becoming engaged in cross-border transactions. International tax issues are becoming common even for smaller manufacturers, and any transaction that goes across an international border has tax implications. If your company has or is considering international operations, you will want to learn how to develop and document an effective transfer pricing strategy.