With the 2016 presidential election season fast approaching, candidates on both sides of the political aisle will be touting proposals on incentives for U.S. manufacturers and exporters such as farmers, software distributors and engineering service providers.

However, there currently exists an often overlooked income tax incentive in the Internal Revenue Code for exporting U.S. products and services: the interest charge domestic international sales corporation, or IC-DISC.

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