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REDUCE YOUR FEDERAL TAX LIABILITY

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 Work Opportunity Tax Credit: Employers can reduce taxes from $2,400 up to $4,800 during the first year of employment or up to $9,000 over two years, depending on the qualified applicant.

 There is no limit to the number of qualified employees for which an employer can take the tax credit.

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WTW:              

 Welfare-to-Work Tax Credit - If a person with a disability is a recipient of Temporary Aid to Needy Families (TANF) at the time of hire, the employer can receive a federal tax credit for up $8,500 per individual hired.

 WOTC and WTW tax credit request forms and state contact information can also be obtained by calling (877) 828-2050 (a toll-free number). This Fax-On-Demand service allows access to WOTC/WTW request forms via Fax by using a touch-tone telephone or a fax machine. Up to two documents may be requested per call. Once you call this service, simply follow the instructions and enter the document number (listed below) that corresponds to the form or information needed.

 For more information please visit:
 http://www.doleta.gov/business/Incentives/opptax/  or
 http://www.floridajobs.org/workforce/wotc.html


 ADA Small Business Credit

Businesses with 30 or fewer employees or $1,000,000 or less per year in total revenue can receive a tax credit for the cost of accommodations provided to an employee (or customer) with a disability.  This credit covers 50% of eligible expenditures up to $10,000 (maximum credit per year of $5000).  For additional information, contact the Internal Revenue Service.

Please visit the web address below:
http://www.irs.ustreas.gov/     

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JAN

http://www.diversityworld.com/Disability/Images_newsletter/jan.gifThe Job Accommodation Network (JAN), a service of the United States Department Of Labor Office of Disability and Employment Policy, is a free on-line and telephone resource for anyone who has questions about job accommodations, or about the employment sections of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Please visit the web address below:
http://www.askjan.org