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About McKenzie Chase Management (MCM) and the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) Program
McKenzie Chase Management’s history is rooted in the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) program, drawing on 36 years of experience. MCM’s goal is to help clients earn beneficial employer tax credits captured in the hiring process. We focus on services for a range of employers, particularly those in the agriculture, security, and hospitality fields.
McKenzie Chase Management started in 1982 supporting the Targeted Job Tax Credit (TJTC) in Seattle and the Northwest. The Work Opportunity Tax Credit program (WOTC) was introduced on October 1, 1996, to provide tax incentives for employers who hire individuals from specific target groups. People from these target groups have been identified by the U.S. government as having historically high unemployment rates.
After introducing the WOTC program to our clients in 1996, McKenzie Chase Management went online, introducing Electronic Tax Credits in 2009 with a simple, fast, tax credit system that applicants could complete in less than 2 minutes, without the need for help pages or tutorials by anyone. Through WOTC, employers can earn a tax credit per qualified employee; these tax credits can be applied to employers’ income taxes, reducing the amount they owe the IRS. Including online screening for tax credits.
McKenzie Chase Management offers a suite of tax credit and employer incentive services designed to save your company money with little effort on your part. In many cases, you can enjoy savings without changing company business practices.
MCM tax credit and employer incentive services are provided at no financial risk to clients since fees are contingency-based.
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