Identifying, Negotiating, and Securing Tax Incentives

We will ensure that projects are delivered on time and that all deliverables are in place.

BDS first identifies the potential state and/or local tax incentives appropriate for each client’s proposed project. These incentives may include a variety of options, such as:
  • State Tax Credits
  • State Abandoned Building Tax Deduction
  • Municipal Tax Increment Financing (TIF)
  • Municipal Personal Property Tax Relief
Once the applicable incentives have been identified, the next step is to negotiate the incentives. This process takes more than a few phone calls to politicians. The BDS team establishes partnerships between your expanding business and state and local leaders. The power of these relationships helps create a welcoming environment for your business in the community.
<p>The final step in securing tax incentives is obtaining approvals from the city or town and state. Our strategic relationships with state and local officials create the foundation for your project’s success.</p>
What our clients are saying “Lynn and the BDS team worked diligently with Randolph officials and the state to help us navigate and access these substantial tax incentives...The savings will enable us to expand, invest in high-skill and high-wage new manufacturing jobs and pave a path for our future.” Jon Desmond, CEO, Cox Engineering

Our Work

Sports are a huge part of Massachusetts culture. So, it's only fitting that '47, one of the country's top brands for sports apparel and accessories, is headquartered right here in Westwood, Massachusetts. When '47 needed to expand its real estate portfolio in response to increased customer demand, it turned to Business Development Strategies, Inc. (BDS) for assistance in securing a tax incentive package in East Bridgewater, Massachusetts.

Client Projects

Contact us to discuss how BDS can assist your company with accessing potential tax incentives.