By: Bryan Porter
Corporate tax planning and tax savings opportunities can have an immediate and meaningful impact on the finances of today’s manufacturing firms.
Balancing daily operations and long-term strategy is at the forefront of every chief financial officer’s mind, and in a business environment that is often riddled with a multitude of daily challenges and high demands on time, a focus on long-term success is required to maintain a company’s competitive edge. The temperamental climate surrounding local and global competition, supply chain management, regulatory modifications, environmental concerns and advances in modern technology are just a few of the matters manufacturing executives are asked to address daily. Commonly, the time and monetary investment to strategically address these types of challenges have little immediate impact but are more appropriately measured over the long term.
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