You only get one opportunity to make your case for incentives. Using a strategic approach positions your project for the most favorable award and provides an advantage in the marketplace. 

As a business grows, there are critical decisions that impact the direction leadership takes to achieve their goals.  Increasing headcount, expanding an existing location and developing a new facility are just a few considerations to define growth for a company.  What organizations may not realize is the economic impact growth projects have which in turn, makes them attractive for available incentives.

We can help you navigate your options, including:

Taking a comprehensive view of incentive opportunities can provide value in both the short-term and long-term. Often times, these incentive packages are a crucial piece to a funding structure for the project to be completed.

Baker Tilly’s incentives advisory specialists provide a collective view of your growth strategies and goals. This perspective allows for a trusted partner to work on your behalf to provide an opportunity analysis, structure, negotiate applicable incentives as well as work through program compliance. 

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Bringing a Kansas City building back to life

Bringing a Kansas City building back to life

Baker Tilly Capital's deep experience in project finance helped secure more than $18M in credit and incentive programs.

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Government credits and incentives: How it works

Government credits and incentives: How it works

Every year, federal, state, and local governments in the United States invest billions of dollars into private projects. This video explains what is available and how you can get your share.

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Our Take

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"Taking advantage of available incentives programs can fill financing gaps and turn planned projects into a reality. Our goal is to understand your project and interpret how utilizing available incentives programs can create results.”

— Kate Crowley Principal