Vaughn Hromiko

Vaughn Hromiko is a tax incentives expert helping businesses and business owners secure millions of dollars in state and federal tax credits and refunds.  He specializes in the federal Work Opportunity Tax Credit, the California Enterprise Zone Hiring Credit and other similar job-creation tax benefits. He is also known for developing unique and exceptionally effective approaches to increase his client’s eligibility under tax incentive programs.

Vaughn’s knowledge of tax incentives has enabled him to design and develop mission-critical information systems and software tools supporting state and federal tax incentive services on a national scale. Numerous firms providing such services have used software he developed.

Vaughn earned an MBA and a Master of Science degree in Management Information Systems from the University of Arizona. He has also earned a BA in Political Science from Brigham Young University. He is bilingual, speaking English and fluent Spanish as a second language.

He is a member of the California Association of Enterprise Zones (CAEZ), the WOTC Coalition, The Society for Human Resource Management, the National Restaurant Association, and the Proven Reliable B2B Network.

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8 thoughts on “Vaughn Hromiko

  1. The blog looks good, I’m excited to read more of what you work so hard to inform people of.

  2. I’m located in the Coachella Valley do some advnce prep work for a few Corp’s that have eyes on moving here. The Enterprise Zones US Govt. Empowerment Zones, information is Imperative to offer my Potential Clients.

    Thanks!

  3. I am the State Coordinator for PA. We have been fully automated for over a year. Our website is: http://www.cwds.pa.gov. Can you mention something on your website and list my contact info. I am all about helping employers here in PA. Thank you.

  4. I am an Employment Specialist that works directly with the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation and Department of Social & Health Services in Washington State. Up until 2014 we thought we could continue to entice employers to hire DVR disabled employees and then qualify for the Tax Credit. This was a great program while it lasted, however too many Congress People, Washington DC lobbyists, and politicians have the heads up their bums.