Division of Adult & Workforce Education


For Employers - Tax Incentive


""Federal, State, County and Local governments all provide tax incentives. Learn how your business can recoup thousands of dollars per year in government refunds, just for hiring the right people or creating new jobs.

Work Opportunity Tax Credit
Your business can recoup up to $2,400 in tax credits for every employee hired from qualified target groups. Let us show you how! http://www.floridajobs.org/business-growth-and-partnerships/for-employers/find-tax-credit-and-incentive-programs/work-opportunity-tax-credit-program

Enterprise Zone
Take advantage of property tax abatement, impact fee refunds, property tax credits, and other incentives when you create new jobs while relocating or expanding within the Enterprise Zone. http://dor.myflorida.com/dor/taxes/tax_incentives.html Empowerment Zone Increase the benefits from the Work Opportunity Tax Credit & Welfare-to-Work tax credit, and increase Section 179 expensing when you create new jobs while relocating or expanding within the Empowerment Zone. http://www.miamigov.com/economicdevelopment/pages/BusinessIncentives/EmpowermentZone.asp

Qualified Target Industries
You may be eligible to earn up to $8,000 in tax refunds per new job created, when Enterprise Florida pre-approves your application and you hire qualified employees. http://www.eflorida.com/ContentSubpage.aspx?id=472

Targeted Jobs Incentive Fund
Earn up to $1,750 in county tax refunds per new job created through this county version of the State's Qualified Target Industry tax refund. http://www.miamidade.gov/housing/business/targeted-jobs.asp

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION please call 305 548-4044.



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District/School Operations, Division of Adult and Workforce Education
750 NW 20 Street, Room A-120, Miami, FL 33127
Phone: 305-548-4044 - Fax: 305-545-3052
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