WOTC

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AcronymDefinition
WOTCWizards Of The Coast
WOTCWork Opportunity Tax Credit
WOTCWalls of the Cave (Phish song)
WOTCWar of the Coprophages (X-Files episode)
WOTCWarriors of the Cross (est. 1990)
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The Work Opportunity Tax Credit is an employer tax credit for hiring and retaining individuals who are part of certain groups representing populations that have a difficult time finding work, or are often out of the labor force altogether.
Work Opportunity Tax Credit: This tax credit is available to employers for hiring individuals from certain target groups who have consistently faced significant barriers to employment.
Of the 5,427 Work Opportunity Tax Credit certificates--86 percent went to recipients of food stamps and family assistance in 2013.
The Work Opportunity Tax Credit Program officially expired at the end of December 2013, but Congress historically has reauthorized the program back to the date of expiration, according to the Employment Security Department.
Among the business related provisions of the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2013, the work opportunity tax credit (WOTC) was extended retroactively, for 2012, and also through 2013.
The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC), a tax credit that rewards employers that hire individuals from targeted groups, has been extended to Dec.
The Act restores the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) for nonveterans for 2012, and extends the credit through 2013 for both veterans and nonveterans.
The Worker Hiring Incentive, another worker incentive that has enjoyed an on-again, off-again life is the Work Opportunity Tax Credit, available to employers who hire members of certain targeted groups.
Through the new MAXIMUS Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) solutions, GHRR clients will have access to tools that pre-screen applicants and capture qualified tax credits.
* Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC)--The WOTC allows a credit to eMployers who hire members of certain targeted groups of up to 40% of first-year wages up to $6,000 per employee ($12,000 for qualified veterans).
Last February, I introduced the Hire a Hero tax credit with Senator Kay Hagan of North Carolina, which seeks to expand the Work Opportunity Tax Credit to create incentives for small businesses to hire returning veterans, including members of the National Guard and Reserves.
This incentive is offered through the Department of Labor in the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) program.