Specialty Tax Incentives with Kimberly Merrill on Blog Talk Radio

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Were you unable to attend Engineered Tax Services' session on Blog Talk Radio? Don't worry! You can still listen to the discussion and what it has it offer here:

Kevin Hunter, Tom Siders, and Jeff Johnson chat with Kimberly Merrill, Senior Vice President of Engineered Tax Services, a national firm that helps businesses take advantage of tax incentives. Listen to Kimberly discuss Research & Experimentation credits, forensic cost segregation studies, repair & maintenance studies and valuable information on energy incentives such as the Energy Policy Act of 2005.

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