Skip to main Back to top

TaxCreditology

noun | tax·cre·dit·o·logy | [tax creh-dit-ol-uh-jee]

  1. The scientific study of the structure, legislation and execution of government tax credits and tax incentives.
  2. A resource for all things Tax Credit related.

Recent Articles

On April 2, Senate Bill 978 was introduced with bi-partisan support by a group of five Senators: Rob Portman (R-OH),Senator Ben Cardin (D-MD), Roy Blunt (R-MO), Sherrod Brown (D-OH), and…

Read More

In 1978, the Federal Government created the Targeted Jobs Tax Credit program also known as TJTC.  The tax credit was an incentive to employers for hiring individuals from specific target…

Read More

Tax Credit Co., an industry leader in tax incentive and HR technology-enabled services, has simplified its brand is now TCC. The change reflects the company’s evolution as it has expanded…

Read More

Each year, it’s common for legislators to look to the Work Opportunity Tax Credit as a platform on which to base new legislation for issues they care about. The following…

Read More

Social Media

LinkedIn

TCC is a national provider of tax incentive consulting, administration and technology. The company works with companies from Fortune 100 to small businesses.

Follow Us
Follow Us

Article Categories