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Hiring employees

Significant tax credits are available to employers who hire individuals from eligible target groups with barriers to employment. Each year, employers claim over $1 billion in tax credits under the Federal WOTC program alone. Under these Federal and state programs, every employee you hire has the potential to generate thousands of dollars of tax credits for your business. If you think you have hired any veterans, formerly unemployed individuals or public assistance recipients, you should be looking at these valuable incentives.


Creating Jobs

In virtually every state, programs are available to reward businesses who are creating net new jobs. This can be an increase in headcount overall for the company or can even be claimed even for a movement of jobs from one state into a different state. If your business is growing and you are not participating in these programs, you are likely missing out on significant opportunities.


Performing Research & Development activities

The Research and Development (R&D) credit is a program offered by the Federal government as well as many states to provide incentives for businesses to invest in technological innovation and hire workers to perform qualifying activities. These credits can often be claimed retroactively and, in some cases, can even be paid to businesses in cash even if the company is operating in a loss position.


Opening new facilities or moving your business

For businesses who are opening new facilities or expanding, many state and local agencies are willing to partner with you and make an financial investment in seeing your company move or expand in their community. These benefits can be in tax credits, cash assistance, loan programs property tax abatements or many other programs. In many cases, these packages can add up to $1 Million or more in benefits to your company.


Training your employees

Most businesses find that they must invest in job training for their employees in order to be successful. Many states will reimburse employers for 50% to 75% of the direct cost of training, whether internally or externally delivered. Grants for mid to large businesses can range up to $500,000 or more.


Making your business more energy efficient

Government agencies and utilities currently offer significant incentives for businesses to switch to energy efficient measures such as lighting controls and LED lighting. It is not uncommon to see an ROI of one year or less in many parts of the country.


Investing in Renewable Energy

Combining the Federal investment tax credit as well as state and utility incentives, investing in solar power can often result in a payback of 3-4 years and a 25%+ annual rate of return for the business over a twenty year period. Other renewable energy projects can be even more beneficial.


Film production

Tax credits of up to 50% of the cost of a production are available to companies who are creating films, commercials and/or game development. In many cases, these credits can be taken as a cash grant or sold to third parties if they cannot be used. Since incentive amounts and eligibility vary significantly from state to state, it is critical to assess the opportunities before selecting a final location for this type of project.



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