Work Opportunity Tax Credit Statistics for Wyoming

In 2019 the state of Wyoming issued 2,039 Work Opportunity Tax Credit certifications.

The Work Opportunity Tax Credit, known as WOTC, is a federal tax credit available to employers who hire individuals from target groups, that include qualified Veterans, individuals on food stamps and more. The Work Opportunity Tax Credit is available throughout the United States, and in 2019 it was worth $4.9 Billion dollars to employers. 2,066,616 total Work Opportunity Tax Credits were issued in the United States in 2019.

Nationwide Wyoming issued 0.15% of WOTC Tax Credits in 2019.

Work Opportunity Tax Credit Statistics for Wyoming 2019:

WOTC Target Group Total Credits Percentage
SNAP (FS) 1,168 57.28%
Vocational Rehabilitation 238 11.67%
Ex-felon 167 8.19%
SSI Recipient 121 5.93%
Veteran unemp. 6 Mo. 85 4.17%
Long Term Unemployment 71 3.48%
Veteran unemp. 4 Wk 42 2.06%
Designated Community Resident 41 2.01%
IV-A (TANF) 38 1.86%
Ticket Holder 27 1.32%
Veteran Receiving SNAP 17 0.83%
Disabled Veteran 12 0.59%
Long term IV-A (TANF) 8 0.39%
Disabled Veteran unemp. 6 Mo. 2 0.10%
Summer Youth 2 0.10%

More about the Work Opportunity Tax Credit’s target groups.

 

Wyoming WOTC Tax Credit Certifications 2014 – 2019:

WOTC Certifications Current Pending* Denials Total Requests
2019 2,039 21,086 6,220 29,345
2018 1,749 24,047 4,345 30,141
2017 2,137 24,121 6,295 32,553
2016 16 27,935 89 28,040
2015 0 22,516 0 22,516
2014 0 16,870 0 16,870

*Pending at time of publishing (May 2020).

 

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