Is WOTC worth it?

Is WOTC worth it?

TLDR: Yes…when you work with Arvo If you’ve heard of the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC), you may already know that: >21% of Americans are eligible for WOTC Maximum credits per employee range from $1,200 to $9,600 Surplus WOTC credits can be carried...
WOTC is custom-built for construction companies

WOTC is custom-built for construction companies

WOTC pays you back for filling open roles Through rain, sun, snow, economic slowdowns, and supply chain shortages–if you’re in construction, you do what it takes to keep building. Recently, you’ve likely faced two big problems that may be getting worse:...
Six ways Arvo’s State Workforce Agency Team saves time and money

Six ways Arvo’s State Workforce Agency Team saves time and money

To get the most from WOTC, you need the best teammates Many organizations save money on taxes by claiming the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC). However, few utilize WOTC to its full potential.  That’s because claiming the WOTC can be a complicated process. One...
Build a strong manufacturing workforce with WOTC

Build a strong manufacturing workforce with WOTC

WOTC pays you back for filling open roles Whether your manufacturing company builds with metals, plastics, glass, biologics, or something else, one thing remains true–you need human workers to get the job done.  Unfortunately, two problems may be working against you. ...
How much should I get from WOTC?

How much should I get from WOTC?

Optimized WOTC programs can earn >500% more than “good” programs If your business or non-profit participates or is planning to participate in the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) program, you may have heard promises of big tax breaks and, as a result,...
How to claim the WOTC in Minnesota

How to claim the WOTC in Minnesota

Over twice as many WOTC certifications as lakes in Minnesota annually The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) program rewards employers who hire and retain disadvantaged job-seekers. The amount of credit an employer can claim is calculated as a percentage of wages paid...