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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 preserved the research and development (R&D) payroll tax credit, which can significantly benefit businesses. Join Armanino alongside the Illinois Technology Association (ITA) to learn how to use the R&D payroll tax credits to invest wisely back into your company. At this workshop, you will:
- Hear an overview of R&D payroll tax credits and its impact on businesses
- Discover how to reinvest your funds back into your company to maximize your ROI
- Learn about ways to utilize the R&D tax credits to continue building efficiencies and streamlining processes
Register today for this informative event and enjoy breakfast on us!
Armanino has generously offered to ensure all interested are able to attend! To waive the non-member fee, please use promo code ARMANINO618 at checkout.
Meet The Speakers:
Lindy Antonelli, CPA, CITP, Partner, Cloud Solutions, Armanino
Lindy leads Armanino’s Cloud Accounting Solutions Practice. She is the Founder & Chair of the Cloud Accounting Institute and has over 25 years of experience in public accounting. Lindy founded and successfully ran a consulting practice for two decades, implementing both on-premise and cloud accounting systems for over 500 mid-market organizations. Lindy is at the forefront of the dynamic Cloud Technology landscape. She has published numerous blogs, whitepapers, and articles in this space. She speaks in-person across the country and via the web to many different organizations and associations throughout the year. She is a graduate of the University of Missouri, a member of the California CPA Society, and an AICPA Certified IT Professional.
David Sheets, Partner, Tax, Armanino
David has over 20 years of experience in Corporate and Individual Tax Planning, Consulting and Compliance. He is a tax partner and specializes in International Tax Services and serves closely held multinational businesses, start-up and early stage technology companies. David was the worldwide controller for an early stage company that received over $20 million through three rounds of funding and established subsidiaries in Germany and Japan. During that time, David presented the worldwide reporting and budgets to the Board, managed the venture capital due diligence process, and coordinated the audits performed by the outside national accounting firms. David received his Bachelor of Science in Accounting from California State University of Fresno and his Master of Science in Taxation from Golden Gate University. In addition, David recently received a graduate certificate in international taxation from Golden Gate University.
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