Tax Credit Resources

Tax credits resources

  • Employee Retention Tax Credit Regulatory Update

    Employee Retention Tax Credit Regulatory Update

    Employers can earn up to $33,000 per employee with the Employee Tax Credits for 2020 and 2021. Read this update to learn about the qualifications for eligibility.

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  • Find Out How Your Next Hire Could Boost Your Bottom Line

    Find Out How Your Next Hire Could Boost Your Bottom Line

    Employers can earn up to $9,600 in federal tax credits through the Work Opportunity Tax Credit program. TaxAdvantageSM makes it easy.

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  • The CARES Act Employee Retention Credit58:17

    The CARES Act Employee Retention Credit

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  • This Trifecta of WOTC Services Will Increase Your Certifications

    This Trifecta of WOTC Services Will Increase Your Certifications

    The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) is a federal tax credit available to employers who hire individuals from specific target groups. Any business can earn tax credits by hiring individuals who...

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  • Honor Military Veterans By Hiring Them

    Honor Military Veterans By Hiring Them

    Veteran’s Day is a time to take stock of how fortunate we are to live in a country with extensive freedoms, and how fortunate we are to have brave men and women who, generation after generation,...

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  • Claim More Tax Credits with WOTC Program

    Claim More Tax Credits with WOTC Program

    The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) program has sometimes been viewed with a negative stigma. The reality is that candidates eligible for the WOTC certification are hired every day to work in...

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  • WOTC Capture Just Got Easier for Texas, Nevada, and Delaware

    WOTC Capture Just Got Easier for Texas, Nevada, and Delaware

    The Work-Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) is a credit that many employers should be capturing if they aren’t already doing so. Employers can receive credits for hiring and retaining candidates from...

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