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WOTC Wednesday: What If My Company Did Not Make Enough Money to Use WOTC Tax Credits This Year?

CMS’s Brian Kelly answers your questions about the Work Opportunity Tax Credit. Today’s WOTC Wednesday question:  What If My Company Did Not Make Enough Money to Use WOTC Tax Credits This Year? CMS Responds: What Happens If My Company Did Not Make Enough Money to Use WOTC Tax Credits This Year? The good news is[…]

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WOTC Wednesday: Are Rehires Eligible for the Work Opportunity Tax Credit?

CMS’s Brian Kelly answers your questions about the Work Opportunity Tax Credit. Today’s WOTC Wednesday question: Are Rehires Eligible for the Work Opportunity Tax Credit? CMS Responds: Are Rehires Eligible for the Work Opportunity Tax Credit? A lot of us have had employees that we maybe let go one time then brought back into the[…]

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WOTC 2021 STATISTICS

Work Opportunity Tax Credit Statistics for Washington State 2021

In 2021 the state of Washington issued 43,419 Work Opportunity Tax Credit certifications. Washington issued 2.09% of all WOTC Tax Credits in 2021, SNAP Recipient was Washington State’s highest tax credit target group with 54.28% of certifications for that category. See historical data on Washington State and the Work Opportunity Tax Credit.   About Our WOTC[…]

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WOTC Wednesday: How Long Must an Eligible Employee Work Before You Receive a WOTC Tax Credit?

CMS’s Brian Kelly answers your questions about the Work Opportunity Tax Credit. Today’s WOTC Wednesday question: How Long Must an Eligible Employee Work Before You Receive a WOTC Tax Credit? CMS Responds: How Long Must an Eligible Employee Work Before Your Company Can Claim the Work Opportunity Tax Credit? There’s a couple of thresholds. Number[…]

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Work Opportunity Tax Credit WOTC Target Groups

Understanding WOTC’s Target Groups: Qualified Long-Term Unemployment Recipient

The Work Opportunity Tax Credit, known as #WOTC, is a federal tax credit available to employers who hire individuals from disadvantaged groups of workers. Including WOTC Screening can save an employer significant amounts of money. WOTC Screening is used to determine if a new hire is a member of one of the Work Opportunity Tax[…]

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WOTC Wednesday: Is it Better to Use Paper or Go Online with the WOTC Forms?

CMS’s Brian Kelly answers your questions about the Work Opportunity Tax Credit. Today’s WOTC Wednesday question: Is it Better to Use Paper or Go Online with the WOTC Forms? CMS Responds: Well, 100%, use the web portal, go online, use the WOTC program, streamline your business that way through your onboarding process. We find that[…]

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Work Opportunity Tax Credits – WOTC – In The News 2022 Roundup

This article provides a look back at the news stories related to the Work Opportunity Tax Credit in 2022. How the Empowerment Zone Tax Credit Can Save Businesses Thousands of Dollars This Year. With more awareness and participation, the Empowerment Zone Tax Credit could not only lead to more diversity in the workforce but will also help[…]

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Work Opportunity Tax Credit - WOTC - Webinar

Webinar – Join the Experts at CMS to Learn About the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC)

Join our WOTC subject matter expert Brian Kelly this month to learn about the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC), how much employers can save when they hire, why the 28-day rule is so important to employers, and why there has never been a better time to take advantage of the Work Opportunity Tax Credit! Learn about what’s upcoming and how[…]

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WOTC Wednesday: Are We Eligible for Employees Who Continue to Receive SNAP Benefits While Working?

CMS’s Brian Kelly answers your questions about the Work Opportunity Tax Credit. Today’s WOTC Wednesday question: Are We Eligible for Employees Who Continue to Receive SNAP Benefits While Working?   CMS Responds: Are We (WOTC) Eligible for Employees If they still get SNAP Benefits While Working or only if they go off? The answer is actually[…]

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WOTC Wednesday: Can I Still Get WOTC Tax Credit for an Employee If They Only Worked for Two Weeks?

CMS’s Brian Kelly answers your questions about the Work Opportunity Tax Credit. Today’s WOTC Wednesday question: Can I Still Get WOTC Tax Credit for an Employee If They Only Worked for Two Weeks? CMS Responds: Can I still get tax credits if my employee only works two weeks? It doesn’t really matter how many weeks[…]

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