Smolin Lupin invites architects to learn how to take advantage of energy tax benefits

Architects throughout the tri-state area are invited to attend a dinner seminar at the Fort Hamilton Army Base Community House in Brooklyn to learn about tax benefits available to them through the Federal Energy Policy Act.

Green by Design: Understanding 179D Energy Tax Benefits is scheduled for Wednesday, January 19, and is cosponsored by Smolin Lupin, an accounting firm headquartered in Fairfield, New Jersey. The program will feature Phil Drudy, Esq., CPA, of Smolin Lupin, as well as Engineered Tax Services Chief Executive Officer Julio P. Gonzalez.
 
The cost is free to AIA Brooklyn members and is $50 for non-members.
 
Drudy said the program is an excellent opportunity for architects to gain an understanding about the extended federal tax benefits available to them for the design of energy-efficient public or government-owned buildings.
 
"Architects who attend this not-to-miss event will learn how to use these valuable tax savings as a tool to better increase the cash flow of their businesses,” Drudy said.
 
To register, please RSVP by Thursday, January 13, to Smolin Lupin Director of Human Capital Rachel Anevski at (973) 461-7323.
 
About Smolin Lupin: 

Since 1947, Smolin Lupin has provided professional, financial and accounting services tailored to meet the needs of each and every client, regardless of size. Smolin Lupin, with offices in New Jersey and Florida, focuses on personal attention and guidance, which has helped it become one of the most successful and respected firms on the east coast.

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