Study: Tax incentives gain interest as firms pursue capital expansion

11/22/2013 | Accounting Today

More than two-thirds of executives surveyed by Ernst & Young said their companies are planning to take on capital expansion at a moderate to aggressive level over the next two years. The firms are also therefore more likely to explore opportunities for harnessing tax credits and business incentives to improve returns, Ernst & Young said. The study also found, however, that only 16% of respondents think their top executives are "very" aware of the benefits available through business incentives.

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