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Concannon Miller to Detail Tax Credits for Manufacturers

Posted by Concannon Miller on Oct 4, 2016 9:09:17 AM

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LVB_manufacturing_symposium.jpgConcannon Miller will detail tax credits especially for manufacturers at the Lehigh Valley Business Manufacturing Symposium.

Concannon Miller Shareholder Tony Deutsch, who oversees the firm’s tax services division, will tell manufacturers how they could qualify for lucrative Research and Development Tax Credits and several other tax benefits.

“The R&D Tax Credit is a dollar-for-dollar reduction in your tax liability that all manufacturers should evaluate and take advantage of if they qualify,” Deutsch said. “Manufacturing is alive and well in the Lehigh Valley and there are many available tax benefits available.”

Concannon Miller, whose roots in the Lehigh Valley date back to the 1920s, has been serving manufacturers for decades. The firm also is a member of Manufacturing CPAs, a selective business group for the nation’s top CPA firms serving manufacturers.

Concannon Miller recently developed a comprehensive financial resource guide especially for manufacturers. The Lehigh Valley Manufacturers Guide for Growth covers grants, loans and other low-interest financing options in addition to tax opportunities.

The Lehigh Valley Business Manufacturing Symposium runs from 7:30 to 11 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5 at the Agriplex at Allentown Fairgrounds. Tickets are available at

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