Mike Woeber, President and Co-founder, Corporate Tax Advisors, Inc. to Speak at The Knowledge Group’s R&D Tax Credits Under the New Administration

Top Quote The Knowledge Group, the leading producer of regulatory focused webcasts, has announced today that Mike Woeber, President and Co-founder, Corporate Tax Advisors, Inc. will speak at its webcast entitled, “R&D Tax Credits Under the New Administration: How to Maximize Opportunities LIVE Webcast.” End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) November 05, 2021 - This event is scheduled for December 2, 2021 from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM (ET)

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    About Mike Woeber
    Mike Woeber is the President and Co-founder of Corporate Tax Advisors, Inc. and is based in the CTA corporate office in Huntsville, Alabama. Mike began his career in 1989 working on the auditing and accounting team with Ernst & Young in Birmingham, Alabama. He focused on financial statement audits of publicly traded manufacturers, technology, and healthcare companies. After two years in audit Mike joined E&Y’s tax group and moved to their Huntsville, AL office. It was during his early years in Huntsville that he began advising privately held businesses on a variety of accounting and tax matters. This included financial statement audits, business tax preparation and individual tax preparation. It was during Mike’s 15 years as a tax partner with a regional firm that he began focusing on the research tax credit incentive.

    In 2014, Mike and a group of close associates formed Corporate Tax Advisors, Inc., with the goal of forming a national business that was not a “traditional CPA firm.” The purpose of CTA, is, as it always has been, to operate as a specialty tax consulting firm focusing solely on assisting companies in identifying potential tax credits and unique tax strategies. These include research & development, renewable energy, and employment tax credits.

    About Corporate Tax Advisors, Inc.
    Established in 2014 in Huntsville, Alabama, Corporate Tax Advisors provides tax solutions to Certified Public Accountants and businesses, both small and large, nationwide. With a heavy focus on Research and Development Tax Credits, the two founding partners work closely with industries such as architecture, engineering, software development, medical devices, GIS, and manufacturing. CTA’s partners, Mike Woeber and Dawson Fercho, spent more than 15 years in the Research and Development Tax Credit industry before opening their own firm.

    At CTA the primary focus is on in-person service and making sure all clients get a fair return on their investment. By focusing exclusively on Federal and State Tax Incentives that complement our clients’ traditional tax and accounting team, CTA is able to deliver quantifiable benefits to clients.

    The team at CTA first determines which tax benefits will be beneficial to the client and then ensures that each relationship is handled with care and diligence. The CTA teams’ ability to work seamlessly with clients is the reason so many tax professionals and businesses across the nation have turned to CTA time and time again.

    The Biden administration has drafted several tax proposals as part of its “Build Back Better” plan and among the most notable policy priorities include an increased tax responsibility for larger corporations. To alleviate this anticipated additional tax burden, leveraging their research and development (R&D) tax credits should be considered. However, the recently released tax proposals only include one proposed R&D-related change so far, posing an open question on the new administration’s plan for R&D investments.

    Although the current administration clarifies that R&D tax incentives are a high priority, many believe that the “Build Back Better” program should also uplift public and private funding in scientific research and development.
    In this LIVE Webcast, seasoned tax credit professionals Mike Woeber (Corporate Tax Advisors, Inc.) and Joseph Burwick (Freed Maxick CPAs, P.C.) will discuss the recent developments and critical issues surrounding the R&D tax credits under the new administration. Speakers will also offer practical tips to maximize potential opportunities and a comprehensive guide on the process to qualify for R&D tax incentives.
    About The Knowledge Group

    Founded in November 2006, The Knowledge Group has been at the forefront of providing quality continuing education programs for lawyers, accountants, financial executives, risk and compliance specialists, human resources professionals, technology officers, and business consultants in a wide range of industries.

    The Knowledge Group strives to be the best-in-class provider of continuing education by bringing forth relevant content you can’t get anywhere else.

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