Trends in tax credits and incentives
Reducing capital costs through an integrated approach
A recent survey conducted by Ernst & Young LLP of more than 600 US corporate tax and finance executives shows that the use of tax and non-tax incentives is on the rise. The survey provides valuable benchmarking data and insights around the use of incentives by companies.
With many companies planning to increase their capital spend in 2012, we are seeing governments create new business incentives to attract these investments. The formulation of an integrated process to capture these capital spend offsets, on a global basis, is a key emerging trend in incentives.
The following topics will be discussed on this upcoming webcast:
- Key findings from the 2011 Ernst & Young Credits and Incentives Survey
- An overview of enhanced ROI on capital spend through an integrated incentives capture process
- Sample case studies covering domestic and international incentives
- Best practices around technologies to track and monitor incentives to mitigate claw-back risks
This is an interactive webcast and we encourage you to ask questions.
Mary Faye LaFaver, Ernst & Young LLP, National Director, Discretionary Incentives, Washington, D.C.
Karen Hensley-Chelstowska, Ernst & Young LLP, Global Incentives Advisory Services, Dallas, TX
Paul Naumoff, Ernst & Young LLP, Global Director, Sustainability & Cleantech Tax Services, Columbus, OH
Paul van Huysen, Ernst & Young LLP, Senior Manager, Dallas, TX
Ali Master, Ernst & Young LLP, National Director, Business Incentives and Tax Credits, Dallas, TX