CMS is pleased to announce we will host another Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) webinar with the CPA Academy: 2018 Federal Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) Employment Update.
The 1 hour session is free and open to anyone interested in learning how to add value to your CPA services, or save money when hiring new employees, and take advantage of the Billions of Dollars that are available today through the WOTC Tax Credit program. CPE Credits are available for all participants.
The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) program is a federal government initiative designed to provide a tax credit incentive for employers for hiring individuals from specific targeted groups. With the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act making significant changes in the tax law, the WOTC program stays in effect through the end of 2019. Accountants & CPA firms will learn how to secure WOTC Tax Credits for businesses.
Learn about the Federal WOTC Tax Credit program, how to Partner with CMS to increase value to your business customers, understand the categories of qualifications and estimate the values of the tax credits.
Did you know, on average 10-15% of all new hires may qualify, saving the employer an estimated tax credit of $2,400 – $9,600 per qualified new hire. Government estimates indicate over $3 Billion in tax credit saving per year. Real money. Real value.
Date: Wednesday, October 24th 2018
Time: 1:00pm Eastern Time
Note: CPE Credit Available
Who should attend?: CFO / Controller, CPA – small firm, CPA – medium firm, CPA – large firm, Enrolled Agent
Hosted By: Brian Kelly, Cost Management Services
Feedback from our previous WOTC Presentations on CPA Academy:
“This was excellent – I learned something that I can put into place for a client immediately!”
Katharine G, Boca Raton, FL
“Mr. Brian Kelly did a great job on explaining the updates of 2018 Federal WOTC tax rules. I appreciate his knowledge and experience. Thank you all !!”
Lynn H, Houston, TX
“Thank you for providing this webinar. Being a Bookkeeper in an area of TN that has a lot of SNAP recipients I am surprised that more employers do not take advantage of these tax credits. My most recent employer would not allow me the time to fill out and submit forms to DOL because he was confused about the benefits. I feel that now I will have the ability to SHOW him his potential savings!”
Marcella G, Madisonville, TN