The WOTC – A Remedy for Healthcare’s Tech Training Costs

Written by Corporate Tax Incentives. Updated Oct 6, 2019.

The crash of a Boeing 737 MAX Lion Air plane flew into the headlines in October 2018. Five months later, an Ethiopian airline 737 MAX crashed, sparking an immediate call for Boeing’s entire global fleet of the new aircraft to be grounded.

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Senior-Focused Tech Startups Can Load Savings with R&D Tax Credits

Written by Corporate Tax Incentives. Updated Oct 3, 2019.

My 71-year-old mother called me the other day. The conversation began something like this:

“Hi, mom.”

“I need help. The computer.”

“Ok, explain to me what’s wrong.”

“I have a paper open…well, I have three pages of paper, but I can see all three at the same time, instead of pulling that bar-thingy on the side to see them. And I can’t do anything. What did I do?”

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The WOTC Can Help Auto Industry’s HR Challenges from Overheating

Written by Corporate Tax Incentives. Updated Oct 1, 2019.

After World War II, the U.S. auto industry zoomed into dominance, setting the bar for the wages and skill levels of America’s industrial workers.

Without competition from foreign manufacturers, the accelerating demand for automobiles powered the success of The Big Three: Ford, Chrysler, and General Motors. Jobs were plentiful, training was accessible, and earnings were exceptional on the blue-collar scale. Auto industry jobs were revered.

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Did You Know? Give an Ex-Offender a Job, Get Tax Credits in Return

Written by Corporate Tax Incentives. Updated Sep 30, 2019.

Have you made mistakes? Sure. Did something dishonest? Possibly. Maybe you intentionally hurt your mother’s feelings or told a friend you already had plans when you didn’t.

Let’s go bigger: Perhaps you “relocated” some extra office supplies to your home office or parked in the handicap spot to “run in quickly.”

Let’s go bigger still: Maybe you misrepresented your tax deductibles or dented someone’s car and drove away without a note.

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Health-Conscious Consumers are Changing the Food Industry’s Menu

Written by Corporate Tax Incentives. Updated Sep 28, 2019.

Back in 1953 when Swanson added its then-avant-garde TV dinners to America’s collective menu, consumers were unaware – and most undoubtedly unconcerned – about the heart-stopping sodium levels concealed in its partitioned plate. Case in point: customers grabbed ten million of the trayed dinners in the product’s first full year of production in 1954.

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Texas Spurs Its Economy with Life Science Biz & Ropes in Tax Savings

Written by Corporate Tax Incentives. Updated Sep 25, 2019.

What images come to mind when you think of Texas? Probably things such as tangy barbeque, bucking broncos, dusty cowboys, boot-scootin' cowgirls, longhorn cattle, slick oil tycoons, and Sam Elliot’s voice.

All of it Texas-big.

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Food Producers Face Rising Food Safety Concerns - R&D Credits Can Help

Written by Corporate Tax Incentives. Updated Sep 22, 2019.

Approximately 97 percent of fish and shellfish consumed in the U.S. are sourced from other countries. Along with 50 percent of fresh fruit and 20 percent of vegetables, totaling 19 percent of all food eaten in this country.1

We’re obtaining more and more food outside our country. One reason is that consumers have broadened their palettes and crave sustenance that cannot be grown in the U.S.

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Power of Partnerships – WOTC Software Solutions Bolster Businesses

Written by Rachel Zarate Brouwer. Updated Sep 20, 2019.

Are you satisfied with the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) claims results that your Applicant Tracking System (ATS) or Human Resource Information System (HRIS) vendor captures for you? Should you be? Have you considered what a dedicated WOTC process software and services team could do for you and your business’ bottom line?

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Today’s Special: Food Trends with a Side of R&D Tax Credits

Written by Corporate Tax Incentives. Updated Sep 18, 2019.

Our world turns on an axis of trends: music trends, technology trends, movies trends, trends in clothing, housing, automobiles…and food. Rotating, shifting, never stopping.

And food trends have graced our collective plate pretty much since our choices broadened beyond what berries grew along our migration path or which woolly mammoth was within spear range. New discoveries in science, technology, cultures, and newly available food and resources, have all influenced our turning tastes.

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Don’t Underestimate HR’s Power to Save Your Company Money

Written by Corporate Tax Incentives. Updated Sep 16, 2019.

Who are the money-makers in your company? Sales? Yes. The staff who provide the services you offer? Yes. HR? Possibly.

Really?

Yes.

Though HR doesn’t posses the power to directly bring in revenue like your sales team, they can perform feats with cost saving ideas that will garner savings and ultimately pad your bottom line.

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