Corps Prep 2014 Budgets with Eye on Tax Incentives Reviewed by Momizat on . As corporations and their CFOs prepare to launch their 2014 budgets, Michael R. Press of M. R. Press Consulting, writing for CFO.com, points out ideal opportuni As corporations and their CFOs prepare to launch their 2014 budgets, Michael R. Press of M. R. Press Consulting, writing for CFO.com, points out ideal opportuni Rating: 0
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As corporations and their CFOs prepare to launch their 2014 budgets, Michael R. Press of M. R. Press Consulting, writing for CFO.com, points out ideal opportunities to maximize ROI through tax incentives at the state and local levels.  In a tightly-detailed, three step approach, Press explains that with the right goal criteria, corporations can recoup virtually all of the initial investment capital related to these regulations. 

“It’s important to know that the way a company’s business units define projects for capital budgeting purposes is not the same as the way the government defines economic development “projects” supported by incentives. This is a critical distinction.”

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