If you’ve ever struggled through completing Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) forms with an employee, you have surely also thought, “There must be a simpler way.” Maybe you’ve even had a good idea for making it better. Now is the time to make your voice and opinions heard!
The U.S. Department of Labor is now accepting public comments for revising a variety of WOTC-related forms.
With WOTC, Timing is Everything!
Famed English actor Jeremy Irons said, “The secret to life is timing.” So too is success with the Work Opportunity Tax Credit!
Also known as “WOTC” (pronounced Watt See), the Work Opportunity Tax Credit rewards businesses with $2,400 to $9,600 in federal income tax credit when they hire members of a WOTC target group.
Hello friends and readers, this is Vaughn Hromiko, here. This post is meant as a question to employers and agents . . . and anyone involved with the Work Opportunity Tax Credit program. I would love to hear from you.
The Question: How do you (or your CPA, or your company, or others you have observed), handle the claiming of Work Opportunity Tax Credits for employees whose WOTC certifications are delayed until after the tax-return filing deadline?
The Department of Labor has issued Training and Employment Guidance Letter Number 9-15 regarding updated forms. This morning, we received a notice about the update from the Karen Marberry, Minnesota’s Work Opportunity Tax Credit Coordinator. Marberry’s notice is copied below.
Please notice, the ETA 9061 has been renewed without substantive change BUT the Revision Date and Expiration Date have been updated. Effective February 16, 2016 the new revision of the form must be used and the old revision will no longer be accepted. (more…)