BRAYN articles of interest—August 7, 2014

logoBelow, you will find the BRAYN Consulting key articles of interest for August 7, 2015. These are publicly available articles that are provided as a news service to our readers. The intent of this blog post is to share current events related to the tax consulting industry. This week, the discussions center on a variety of tax credits. Continue reading BRAYN articles of interest—August 7, 2014

BRAYN articles of interest—July 17, 2014

Below, you will find the BRAYN Consulting key articles of interest for July 17, 2015. These are publicly available articles that are provided as a news service to our readers. The intent of this blog post is to share current events related to the tax consulting industry. This week, the discussions center around a variety of tax credits.

Senate committee expected to consider wind tax credits
By Robert Walton for UtilityDIVE
The investment tax credit on renewable energy was never meant to be permanent, but the senator who authored it says the incentive is still necessary. In a letter last week, Sen. Chuck Grassley advocated for the credit, which has helped push his state to third in the nation in wind power production. Read more.

Business Digest, July 14, 2015: State offers tax credit workshop July 22
Santa Cruz Sentinel | Business
The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development known as GO-Biz will offer a California Competes Tax Credit technical assistance workshop 2-3 p.m. July 22 at the Santa Cruz County Office of Education, 400 Encinal St. Learn more.

Bill would give tribes renewable energy tax credits
Public News Service – NM
U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich of New Mexico is sponsoring legislation to amend the federal tax code to give Native American tribes – some of which are also known as Pueblo in New Mexico – tax credits for renewable energy projects. See more.

California Film Commission begins second round of film tax credits
By Richard Verrier for The LA Times
The California Film Commission, on July 13, began accepting applications from producers of  independent and studio feature films seeking tax credits that allow them to recoup as much as 25% of their qualified production costs. The application period runs through July 25. Learn more, here.