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Incentives Advisory

Every year, federal, state and city governments across the United States invest over $170 billion of incentive funding into private businesses. Taking advantage of available incentives programs can fill financing gaps and turn planned projects into a reality.

Incentives Advisory

  1. Mark Aitchison

    Mark Aitchison

    Managing Director

  2. Brad E. Elmer

    Brad E. Elmer

    Managing Director

  3. Garrick Gibson

    Garrick Gibson

    CPA

    Principal

  4. Tracey Nguyen

    Tracey Nguyen

    J.D., MBA

    Principal

  5. Nate Voss

    Nate Voss

    Senior Managing Director

At a glance

Baker Tilly Capital

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.

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.

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Case Study

Baker Tilly helps Pallidus secure incentives for new manufacturing facility in South Carolina

Pallidus Inc., a leading manufacturer of silicone-carbide semiconductor wafers, engaged Baker Tilly to assistance in securing state and local incentives for a new manufacturing facility in Rock Hill, South Carolina.