Ocean, NJ / May 13, 2010 — Walton Management Services, Inc. announced today that it will host an update to the Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment (HIRE) Act on Wednesday, May 19 at 1:00pm EDT.
The HIRE Act, signed into law by President Obama on March 18, 2010, rewards job creation with a payroll tax holiday through December 31, 2010 for qualifying employees and up to a $1,000 additional tax credit for employers who retain these qualified workers for 52 weeks.
In this webinar, Walton will provide a review of the Federal HIRE Act along with an explanation of the IRS revised guidelines on the $1,000 retention portion of the employer tax credit, the clarifications to the 2010 payroll tax exemption, the payroll tax holiday filing guidelines, and latest IRS findings as to how the HIRE Act affects the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) Program.
If you are a business owner, financial officer, human resource officer, or tax director, this webinar will help you to determine the value of the HIRE Act to your company.
Reserve a webinar seat now at https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/760125435
About Walton Management Services:
Walton Management Services, Inc. (WMS), is an independent national tax consulting firm that secures and administers government credits and incentives for clients, thereby improving their financial performance and reducing their effective tax rate. Serving the Fortune 50 to small and mid-size companies, WMS identifies and administers opportunities including: Work Opportunity Tax Credits, other hiring credits; incentives related to Federal Empowerment Zones, State Enterprise Zones, State Point of Hire Credits, Training Grants, Sales & Use Tax Recoveries, Sellable Tax Credits, and Cost Segregation. Walton also provides location advisory services and I-9 Employment Verifications. Additional information is available at www.waltonmanagement.com or 1-800-221-0832.
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