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Work Opportunity Tax Credits (WOTC)

This long-standing federal tax benefit encourages employers to hire workers certified as members of ten (10) targeted groups facing barriers to employment. Each new hire could be worth up to $9600 in federal tax savings. Symply has eliminated the need for paperwork by simplifying the onboarding and eligibility process with a quick pre-screening survey. The survey is taken by applicants while applying for jobs and during their onboarding. Once the system determines an employee is eligible, they are automatically submitted to the state for final approval, meaning less work and quicker tax savings.

Employee Retention Tax Credits (ERTC)

The ERTC program is a refundable credit that businesses can claim on qualified wages, including certain health insurance costs, paid to employees. Qualification is determined by one of two factors for eligible employers — A trade or business that was fully or partially suspended or had to reduce business hours due to a government order, and an employer that has a significant decline in gross receipts. The ERTC program requires a lot of paper work and complicated processes. Symply can help you determine if your business qualifies for this program, as well as simplifies the process to claim the credit.

Turn Your ATS into a Profit Center

Symply can turn your applicant tracking into a profit center by screening applicants as they apply, not just as they are onboarded like most other payroll processes. Determine whether an applicant is eligible to be submitted to the state for WOTC while recruiting, and find out how much you can save. This gives your hiring and operations manager visibility into new hires that wasn't possible before.

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