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Trump's Budget Eliminates the Manufacturing Extension Partnership

The Trump administration recently released its first full budget, and while overall spending remains relatively unchanged, it’s clear the administration

Pittsburgh Robotics Market

On Tuesday, May 23, Schneider Downs was a co-sponsor of a moderated panel discussion on the future of robotics and artificial intelligence (AI), and particularly,

Fringe Benefits - Manufacturing Tax Tips

A fringe benefit is a form of pay for the performance of services given by the provider of the benefit to the recipient of the benefit. An example would

Record-High Manufacturing Optimism, Is Trump to Thank?

On March 31, 2017, National Association of Manufacturers’ (NAM) President and CEO, Jay Timmons, along with others from the manufacturing industry
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Manufacturing and Our Nation's Infrastructure

It was sixty years ago when President Eisenhower launched one of the most ambitious infrastructure undertakings in world history. Over the next forty years,

The Border Adjustment Tax

Last summer, House GOP members released their blueprint on tax reform, "A Better Way, Our Vision for a Confident America." The GOP members stated

Manufacturing Tour Makes a Stop in Pittsburgh

The State of Manufacturing Tour 2017 made a stop in Pittsburgh on February 28, 2017. The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), in partnership with

The Future is Now - Autonomous Vehicles are Here

If you have walked or driven around downtown Pittsburgh in the past six months, you may have noticed a few cars on the road that look like they are straight
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Planned U.S. Manufacturing Investments: Momentum for the Fourth Industrial Revolution

If you have been following the news over the past three months, you have undoubtedly heard a great deal about the “wall,” a Russian-hacked

In a Contentious Election Year, Tax Reform and Regulations Cited as Important Factors in 2016 Manufacturers' Economic Survey

Tax reform, environmental laws and other government regulations were cited among the factors most likely to impact manufacturers in the coming year, according
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