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R&D. Renewable energy. Historic properties. Even low-income housing and opportunity zones. Legislation favorable to the greater good can also help your business. Our expert team helps you navigate tax complexities, bringing a thorough understanding of relevant tax codes, tax credit screening, regulations and administrative guidance on a wide range of tax incentives.
Maner Costerisan will develop tax and financial strategies to help your business or nonprofit maximize available tax credit incentives and benefit from the full breadth of tax savings.
Employee Retention Credit
Research & Development Tax Credits
Low-Income Housing Tax Credit
Historic Tax Credit
New Market Tax Credit
Cost Segregation Studies
Opportunity Zone Program
Renewable Energy Tax Credits
Business Tax Services
If you kept employees on your payroll during the pandemic, you may be able to claim this crucial tax credit. Our team will determine if you qualify and calculate the full impact on your tax bill.
If your business is spurring innovation, you could qualify for one of the many R&D credits offered by the government. We will layout your options, determine your eligibility and potentially reduce your tax liability.
As an investor in a low-income community, you may qualify for credits against your tax liability and tax benefits in the form of losses and depreciations. Our experts will help you find all your eligible tax savings.
Have our experts ascertain if your organization qualifies for the indirect federal or state subsidy intended to help finance the rehab of historic buildings.
As an investor in low-income community development, we can leverage this tax credit to get you more tax incentives and credit derived capital for your developments.
We’ll pinpoint property-related costs that can depreciate over a given time period, which will give you a lower taxable income and a lower overall tax bill.
Designed to spur economic development by providing tax incentives for investors who invest new capital in businesses operating in OZs, we will help you understand the qualifying conditions and outcomes for your potential preferential tax treatment.
These indirect federal subsidies, provided to finance the investment and production of renewable energy, are changing all the time. We are experts in this tax credit landscape and will determine if you’re missing any opportunities.
With your goals in mind, our experts design innovative tax strategies to create opportunities to save your business money.
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