Free Business Tax Credit Seminar Encore (pdf)
Geri Guardino (401) 235-1201
November 24, 2006
CRANSTON-The RI Department of Labor and Training continues its free employer education seminar series with a final session outlining federal and state tax credits that might reduce a company's income tax liability on Tuesday, November 28PthP, from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM at the DLT's headquarters in Cranston. Robust response to the first Tax Credit seminar prompted a second offering.
Seven skilled tax credit staff from DLT and the Economic Development Corporation explore tax credits relating to employee training, facility improvement, equipment upgrading, and Enterprise Zones.
Previous Employer Education workshops explored Unemployment Insurance, Temporary Disability Insurance, labor market conditions, disaster preparedness, and Workers' Compensation. This is the last seminar for the year. The series will continue in 2007.
For more on the DLT Employer Education Series, go to www.dlt.ri.gov/EmployerSeminars.htm. Registration is required for all seminars. For more information on Tuesday's Tax Credit seminar or to register, call 1-888-616-JOBS.
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The Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training offers a wide array of employment and training services to both the general public and to individuals with unusual barriers to employment. DLT is ready to assist any job seeker, whether the goal is a first job, a better job, or a career change. Rhode Island's workforce is protected through the enforcement of labor laws, prevailing wage rates, and workplace health and safety standards. Temporary income support is available to unemployed, sick, or injured workers and a comprehensive rehabilitation program is available to those injured on the job.
DLT is dedicated to the growth and competitiveness of Rhode Island industry, administering a variety of training grants, tax credits, and apprenticeship programs to help employers. Economic indicators and labor market information are available for long-range planning. The Agency engages in active outreach, helping large and small employers retain their best workers or retrain their existing work force. At no cost to the employer, DLT will also screen job applicants, post job vacancies, and help businesses institute cost-sharing programs that can avert layoffs.
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