Insider Tips About Tax Credits for Manufacturers
Are you spending over $100K on equipment or machinery? Do you pay for training or upskilling employees? Do you spend time and resources improving your products, processes, or innovative new products? Each year, over $100 billion is allocated for economic incentives across local, state, and federal programs in the U.S. Unfortunately, a significant portion of this money goes unclaimed or to large corporations with teams of tax attorneys and legal experts.
The Clean Energy Manufacturing Program has partnered with Subcity to help connect small and medium-sized manufacturers with the programs that were designed to help them create jobs, invest in their communities, and grow their business. Our goal for this session is to provide a brief introduction to economic incentives, how they are triggered, how to apply, and an update on all the recent legislation.
We will walk through a real-life example for a local manufacturer. If you have any incentive-related questions about your business please submit or bring them and we will cover live during the session!
Gil Gonzales has spent his career in economic development. He is a former appointee to the Governor of California, the mayor of Los Angeles, and VP at the Arizona Commerce Authority under Governor Ducey. He is the co-founder of Subcity.com, the “TurboTax of Government Incentives” that launched last year and has already helped dozens of small manufacturers claim tens of millions of dollars in economic incentives and tax credits. He is also the author of the book Government Incentives: What Every Small and Medium Sized Business Owner Needs to Know About Finding and Applying for Programs in Your Area. Join him as he leads a workshop about everything you need to know to take advantage of these programs to make sure you aren’t leaving money on the table!