Work Opportunity Credit: It Can Pay to Hire a Veteran

As part of my value to business clients, I stick to what I know. For things I don't know, sometimes I find out the answer and, if the question is one easily answered by a professional in a different field, I defer to that professional. Consequently, I learn things from other professionals that I can pass on to business clients.

One tidbit I recently came across that I think is worth sharing is the financial incentive offered by the IRS to employers who hire a United States Veteran or anyone from a disadvantaged segment of the population, including those on government aid, ex-felons, and those living in "Empowerment Zones."

The full scope of this Act is much too broad to cover in a single Dan's Desk posting. But, for employers looking to hire, asking questions of a qualified professional can, quite literally, save you money.

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