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Understanding the Wisconsin and Federal Research and Development Tax Credits

January 9, 2018  
Start Date January 9, 2018
End Date January 9, 2018
Time 12:30 pm - 1:15 pm
Facility Webinar
Contact Info Becca Dash Gladen
(414) 405-3560
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Learn about both Federal and Wisconsin R&D tax credits, how industries not traditionally thought to have R&D have benefited from the credits, how the credits are becoming more available to SMEs, what type of activities qualify, and more!

Event Information
  • Hear directly from a Wisconsin manufacturer (Stainless Foundry) about their experience claiming the credits and how it has benefited their company.
  • Learn from R&D Tax Credit experts about conducting a tax survey to ease the burden on your company and CPA when claiming the credit.
  • Learn about what constitutes qualified research, and how the R&D tax credits are becoming more available to SMEs.
  • Hear about how industries not traditionally thought to have R&D have benefited from the credits.
Please read the following information carefully:

  • The U.S. Commercial Service requires event registrants to accept specific Terms and Conditions and review Product Standards before payment can be collected.
  • This event will take place on Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018 from 12:30pm – 1:15pm CST via webinar. The webinar registration fee is $25.
  • You will receive 3 emails. First is your registration receipt. Second contains participation information. Third is a reminder 24-hrs in advance.
  • Participation is via your computer and phone line. Please log on 10-15 minutes in advance.
  • For questions, please contact Rebecca.Gladen@trade.gov.
  • System Requirements https://www.mymeetings.com/custom/res/content/net/net_conf_sys_req.php?lang=/en.


David P. Porada, Esq., Senior Director of Business Development, Apex Advisors
Topics: How to take advantage of the tax credits, how to do a tax study to ease the burden on your company and CPA

Tom Shinners, Vice President & Chief Financial Officer, Stainless Foundry & Engineering, Inc., Milwaukee, WI
Topics: How their Wisconsin company claims the credits, the benefits realized, and using the credits to help export operations


U.S. Commercial Service Wisconsin

U.S. Department of Commerce | International Trade Administration