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The Tax Planning Landscape for Government Contractors

Over the past several years, federal contractors have faced some unique challenges – from sequestration and the government shutdown in 2013 to an overall austere budget climate.

While many contractors are seeing an uptick in new opportunities, especially as we approach the end of the 2014 fiscal budget year, this fluctuation of revenue creates unique tax planning opportunities and challenges.

Following is an exclusive SC&H Group podcast interview with Angelo Poletis, a Principal with SC&H Group and Chris Davidson, a Senior Manager with SC&H Group.

Both Angelo and Chris provide deep insights into the following topics, which will help any government contractor navigate today’s complex tax planning landscape:

  • The current state of contract awards, especially as the end of fiscal year 2014 approaches.
  • How contractors can best manage their tax burdens during times of fluctuating revenue.
  • The pros and cons of being an S Corporation versus being a C Corporation.
  • Insights on the effective management of income distributions from a tax perspective.

This podcast is part of a longer series of white papers and insights from SC&H Group that provide insights into helping contractors win new business, while also achieving long-term profitability.

In addition, please visit the SC&H Group website to download the white paper, “Weathering the Storm: Critical Contract Capture and Procurement Strategies for Government Contractor” here.

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