Atlantic Diving Supply (ADS) Inc. and Ricochet Manufacturing Co. have a lot to celebrate following a September deal. A contract from the Department of Defense has been awarded to the two companies to the tune of more than $60 million. The contracts, for the manufacturing of top-of-the-line protective gear for the Air Force, Air Force Reserve, and Air National Guard firefighters, have seen to the rise of these two players in the market of firefighting protective garments and equipment.
José Andrés has long been a legend in the culinary world. These days, the Michelin-starred chef is a bona fide rock star in Puerto Rico. The Spaniard’s tremendous humanitarian efforts to feed residents on the hurricane-ravaged island have been nothing short of epic. The restaurateur — who owns a slew of renowned restaurant across the…
Source America has been committed to helping companies provide employment for individuals with disabilities for forty years. They have a network of non-profits that supply the services and products in extremely high demand. Using only standards of the highest quality they match commercial and government contracts with workforces dedicated to provide jobs for people with severe disabilities.
Even though it may be rural, Maine’s natural resources are their proud showcase to the economy. The only thing holding it back was an investment capital which was luckily provided by the Maine New Markets Tax Credit (http://www.newmarketstaxfacts.com/new-markets-tax-credit-success-in-maine/), or NMTC for short.
With the help of the event’s benefit committee which included Ambassador Yousef Al Otaiba and his wide Abeer, all fundraising proceeds from the event will support BOU’s education initiatives. Refugee Deeply, BOU’s newest programming, provides in-depth and unbiased coverage of the Syrian refugee crisis and works to untangle the complicated geopolitical, legal, and human rights issues surrounding the problem.
The state is one of the few areas within the company that has required government attention over time and is now starting to see the benefit of the efforts of the people of the state, as the United States Department of Treasury has donated a large sum of money towards the state and the companies that have their operations within the state. As part of this, CEI Capital Management, a company based in the state of Maine, has been given over $80 million in the treasurer’s efforts to divulge into new markets to offer help where help is needed (Maine to benefit from $80 million in tax credits for U.S. rural development).
The ETIC and the ACTC are both refundable tax credits. There are a wide variety of tax credits available to taxpayers and business as a way of offsetting some of their liability. The most common for individual taxpayers are the Earned Income Tax Credit, Child Tax Credit, and the Lifetime Learning Credit. For businesses, commonly used tax credits are the General Business Credit, New Markets Tax Credit, and the Work Opportunity Credit.
The New Market Tax Credit Program works to aid in “building up” of our forgotten communities. The goal is to attract private investors that will invest in these forgotten communities, abandoned commercial properties, and outdated manufacturing buildings and revive them. By investing in these communities, the investors create viable investments that truly give back to the community through services and jobs, not the mention a working, successful presence that feeds community pride. The result is a reinvigorated local economy.
The focus of the new millennium in both business and community sectors is undoubtedly based on both reducing humanities environmental impact and developing efforts toward reversing the negative effects that have already began to have a substantial effect. For this reason, companies that focus on such are working very hard to make great strides in…
Hundreds of teens participated in a Dance Marathon held Saturday, May 16, 5:00 p.m. – Midnight at Niles North High School, 9800 North Lawler Street, Skokie, IL. The Dance Marathon culminated a year-long series of fundraising efforts held throughout the school year to benefit the Daniel M. Horyn Foundation, formed in the memory of a beloved Niles North teacher who lost his courageous battle with esophageal cancer on September 9, 2013.