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2014 Look Back has been authorized by the IRS

If you haven't filed your 2014 WOTC applications you now can - through April 30, 2015.

 

Call me for details 609-252-0044

 

Ken Brice

 

10-15% of those 2014 still on payroll will be eligible for $1800-$2000 in tax credits each!  Don't miss out!

 

 

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2014 is in the bag - 2015 being bantered about

Congress is dealing with the tax extenders for 2015 as we speak including some changes such as a new category for veterans, adding LT Unemployed as a WOTC category and others.  I won't get too excited right now - so far its mainly talk but they have said its not right to drag these programs out for a year without resolution, leaving people in the dark.

 

Ken Brice

 

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WOTC 2014 DETERMINATIONS ON THEIR WAY

Thanks to the efforts of Paul Suplizio of the WOTC Coalition, SWAs have received instructions to start processing 2014 certifications that have been submitted on a timely basis.  The determinations should start coming in this week.

What's still open is the instructions from the IRS as to whether or not companies that did not file their certifications timely in 2014 can do so.  After the 2012 hiatus, the IRS opened a window for companies to file their applications that was open through 4/29/13.  It is expected they will follow suit this year.

If you have not filed any paperwork in 2014, now is the time to start gathering the proper paperwork so you don't miss this "bluebird".

I can help - call me, 609-252-0044.

 

Ken Brice

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ITS DONE - 2014 ONLY

December 16, 2014

 

H.R. 5771, Tax Increase Prevention Act, passed the Senate tonight by a vote of 76-16.  Sixty votes were required for passage.

Text of the bill is available at www.congress.gov, click on “Legislation” and insert HR 5771.

 

WOTC is retroactive to January 1, 2014 and applies to employees who commence work for the employer through December 31, 2014.

 

We will notify you of the date the bill is signed by the President, which is the effective date of the provisions of the Act.

It’s regrettable that gross miscues by the White House and House Leaders ruined a good bill and led to extension of only one year.  We must put that behind us and in the last week of December we’ll present outlook and objectives for next year’s campaign.  We’ll launch as soon as the new Congress is seated on January 6.

 

Loads of thanks to all who participated in the campaign—your hard work and determination brought us this far and will carry us through 2015.

 

A Merry Christmas to all!

 

PAUL E SUPLIZIO

President, WOTC Coalition

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And we wait

It looks as though our bill will be the last thing the Senate approves before they adjourn for the holiday - if they approve it.  Still waiting but we now know we will only get 2014 approved so, if you haven't sent in forms on your 2014 hires, now's the time.

 

Ken Brice

 

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