Re4ormed is excited to announce its partnership with VTC Veteran Tax Credits, a national company that partners with both the Veteran and employer to certify and leverage Veteran Tax Credits, part of the Work Opportunity Tax Credits (WOTC) program.
Through the partnership, both organizations will more effectively promote the benefits of hiring highly-skilled Veterans and support Veteran-owned businesses, while educating both Veterans and employers on the benefits available to them through the WOTC, which gives employers up to $9600 per Veteran hired to reinvest back into their business.
“Re4ormed is excited to partner with VTC to help deliver their unique service that empowers job-seeking veterans and brings value to the businesses that hire them. We serve the ecosystem of veteran-owned and military-spouse owned businesses and are eager to build partnerships with like-minded businesses, like VTC, to deliver value back into that ecosystem” said Mark Mhley Founder and CEO of Re4ormed.
“Veteran owned and military spouse owned businesses make a significant impact to our nation and the local economies they serve” said Craig Washburn, CEO, VTC Veteran Tax Credits. “We are so honored to partner with Re4ormed in its mission to serve these amazing companies with resources that allow them to grow and thrive.”
Let’s see how Re4ormed and VTC can enable your business to receive veteran-hiring tax credits and how you as a veteran can benefit.
About VTC Veteran Tax Credits
VTC’s mission is to help both Veterans and employers leverage the Department of Labor’s Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) program. The program allows employers to benefit by selecting candidates from target groups, such as Veterans, disabled Veterans and other non-Veteran groups. Employers can earn up to $9600 per Veteran hired. Our team partners with both the Veteran and employer to connect, educate and create a successful outcome for all. In addition to the tax credit processing, VTC provides a way to source pre-certified Veterans. Over $1 billion in tax credits are dispersed each year by the WOTC program.