Incentives Become Bargaining Globally Mobile Economy

August 27, 2015
Dana Greenstein

State tax authorities are offering large amounts of tax incentives to woo the certain businesses to their backyards, however research shows that these amounts are just a tiny fraction of the total available in government tax incentives each year — most of which goes unclaimed.

Virginia Lorenzo outlines different steps that corporations can take to ensure that they take advantage of all the tax incentives, both statutory and discretionary, available to them when evaluating business locations or when looking for existing incentives.

Read the full article in the Tax Executive Institute


Dana Greenstein
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Tax & Accounting
Thomson Reuters
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