19 out of 20 Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Qualify for Tax Incentives and Credits!
Cashflow Business Incentives will help you discover how.
Do you qualify for Business Tax Incentives or Credits?
Only 16% of 40 million businesses that employee less than 50 people (85% of America’s workforce) take advantage of the business incentives they are entitled to.
There are hundreds of State and Federal Incentives that may be available to you as a Business Owner. Most Business Owners either don’t know about these Incentives or think they don’t qualify. How much do YOU qualify for? Important factors include length of time in business, industry, type of business, number of employees, revenues and taxes paid.
Cashflow Business Incentives consults with owners of all types of businesses and industries. After a brief conversation, we offer an initial cost analysis - free of charge. If you qualify and are entitled to a refund or incentive, our fees are contingency-based.
Potential Tax Credits Can be Found In All Major Industries
Key industries and several leading incentives served by Cashflow Business Incentives include:
Additional Financial Services
Through a network of trusted associates Cashflow Business Incentives offers additional consulting and financial services to support your successful business.
- Equity Loans
- Business Equipment Loans
- Project Loans
- Development Loans
- Health Insurance
- Retirement Planning
- Accidental Death Insurance
- Business and Personal Credit Repair
- Legal Services
- Travel Benefits
If your company is in the construction industry, there is a broad range of common construction practices that will qualify for R&D credits and other incentives.
Many manufactures fail to apply for any type of incentive because they deem their internal testing is unworthy of any reward. Completely 'not true,' considering how a contract manufacture receives state and federal credits for developing prototypes for production design parts.
Medical Services and Industry
The healthcare industry is the epitome of research and development. Healthcare treatments require constant innovation to adapt to new diseases and illnesses. Healthcare delivery must continually improve to counter rising costs. As a result, the technologies and innovations that may qualify for incentives are constantly evolving.
If your firm is in the engineering industry, there is a strong chance that you could benefit from R&D credits and other incentives.
With higher wages and employee work hours that can be tied directly to eligibility, incentives such as R&D credits are tailor-made to reward the daily innovation of software developers.
Agriculture and Ranching
The agriculture industry frequently incurs cost for innovations that can qualify for R&D tax incentives. Technological advances like robotics to increase yield or improve production efficiency, or technology to evaluate and test soil, are just a few activities that could qualify farms and other agricultural businesses for R&D incentives.
By 'just doing my job', clients regard their own efforts to make new, lighter, stronger, cheaper, or more reliable products when in fact, they have been performing business activities all along that would qualify them for various incentives or credits.