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Doug Frank, Director of Finance, NY Community Financial – the Check Cashing Place

"NY Community Financial (The Check Cashing Place) has been a customer of EmployerIncentives.com since January 2009. Over the past 11 years, they have found over $2.9 million in federal income tax credits and cash refunds that we wouldn't have taken advantage of - and, we didn't have to change anything ...

Fred Holbert, CFO, InspiriTec

"InspiriTec, an employer of over 150 veterans performing in IT Help Desk and Contact Center positions, has been a client of EmployerIncentives.com for over 7 years. To date, they have saved our firm over $1,010,000 in Employer Social Security Taxes by managing the very complicated process of screening and qualifying ...

Barbara Roden, Owner, Senior Helpers Farmington Hills, Michigan

Employerlncentives.com turns our HR department into a profit center. Due to our levels of turnover and new staff we always considered programs like these to be too much of an administrative headache to manage, even though we knew the savings could be significant. Employerincentives.com is the "medicine" that cures that ...

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Our Tax Credit Blog

Four Reasons to Hire Veterans

A persistent barrier to considering veterans for employment is perception. Notably in the movies or the news, a distorted view of veterans exists. This can be very dramatic, but it can stigmatize members of an organization that include over 2 of the most highly trained and adaptable workers possible. This ...

New Unemployment Claims Remain High, Tax Credits More Lucrative

According to a News Release by the Department of Labor dated September 17th, new Unemployment Rates still remain very high with states reporting that 860,000 workers filed New applications for Unemployment claims. This was a reduction from the previous week (893,000), and lower than the rolling 4-week average, but this ...

Employer Retention Credit in Combination with WOTC

Trying to understand the connection between the Employer Retention Credit (where an employer would get 50% of the first $10,000 they pay someone to keep them on payroll), the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (up to 40% of the person’s first year wages, depending on the category), and the Payroll Protection ...