Tax Incentives & Benefits - HMW
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Tax Incentives & Benefits

The Tax Incentives & Benefits department closely monitors the projects of its clients, throughout their life cycle. More than approving a project, it is necessary to implement it correctly so as to maximize the incentive received for the financing of the investment.

With this aim in mind, the Tax Incentives & Benefits department has specialized in monitoring projects, developing advanced IT tools for project management, effectively detecting deviations from the execution, offering alternatives and facilitating changes with the project management bodies.

At HM Consultants, the service is headed by skilled professionals with attested expertise in the fields of Financial Incentives and Tax Benefits.



  • Prior assessment of the project feasibility
  • Selection of the Incentive Programme
  • Risk analysis and maximisation outlook of the applicant proposal
  • Simulation of the merits of the application and the incentive to be obtained


  • Multidisciplinary team in the various fields of engineering, management and economics
  • Validation with the client of the assumptions and outcomes to be contracted
  • Service Guarantee


  • Dedicated project manager
  • Advanced project management IT tools
  • Comprehensive knowledge of the legislation in force and expertise developed through the management of over 300 investment projects
  • Payment Claims and Dedicated Incentives Technicians
  • Full backing of the project until its closure
  • Privileged dialogue with the management bodies


  • Regular simulations of the final merits of the project
  • Preparation and follow-up of audits
  • Advice on preparing closure reports
  • Research & Technological Development Projects
  • Investment in farming operation
  • Processing and marketing of farm products
  • Diversification of activities in farming
  • Risk management tools for the agricultural activity
  • Support for the setting-up of young farmers and young rural entrepreneurs
  • Support for restructuring and conversion of vineyards
  • Research and technological development
  • Processing and marketing of agricultural products
  • Internationalisation
  • Rural tourism
  • Wine Tourism
  • Tax incentives