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Pre-Screening Notice and Certification Request for the Work Opportunity Credit Form Rev. March 2016 Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service OMB No. 1545-1500 Information about Form 8850 and its separate instructions is at www.irs.gov/form8850. Date For Privacy Act and Paperwork Reduction Act Notice see page 2. Cat. No. 22851L Form 8850 Rev. 3-2016 Page 2 For Employer s Use Only Employer s name Telephone no. Job applicant Fill in the lines below and check any boxes that apply....
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What is ROTC? It stands for the Work Opportunity Tax Credit. ROTC is money back for employers who hire good people who face a challenge getting a job. You may be able to get a ROTC tax credit if you hire an unemployed veteran... or someone who has received food stamps... or has received vocational rehabilitation... or who faces other kinds of challenges getting a job. You can get a tax credit of between $1200 and $9600 for each WOTC-eligible hire. Getting the ROTC tax credit means doing some paperwork. But it’s really not that complicated. You apply for ROTC by sending two forms to the Department of Labor in your state government. It’s usually called the State Workforce Agency. If the State Workforce Agency certifies your ROTC application, then you can file with the IRS to claim the tax credit. And that’s it, you have youROTCTC! It’s an opportunity for a deserving job candidate, and a tax credit for you. If you think you might want to apply for a Work Opportunity Tax Credit or ROTC (pronounced “watt-see”), The next few minutes will show you how to do it. There are five steps, and we’ll explain them one at a time. As we go, we’ll give you tips, like this. But first, you need to know what types of workers are eligible for ROTC. These include veterans; summer youth employees; ex-felons; members of a family that has received Temporary Assistance for Needy Families or food stamp (SNAP) benefits; certain people with disabilities, who receive SSI benefits or who are getting vocational rehabilitation; and people who live in certain low-income communities. You can find out all the details on eligibility requirements at doleta.gov/wotc. There are some people who don’t qualify: relatives and dependents of the employer who’s hiring, or majority owners of the business. Also, this has to be a new hire —
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