WEBINAR: WOTC Secrets Reveled – Tips for HR and Tax Pros
The Secrets to WOTC Success: Tips for HR and Tax Pros
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Join us on May 9th at 12pm CT to uncover the secrets to WOTC success! In this webinar, you’ll learn proven strategies to maximize your WOTC program. With a spotlight on powerful key performance indicators (KPIs), you’ll walk away with the knowledge you need to break down the barriers that are stopping your organization from capturing more credits. These powerful metrics, when viewed with past, present, and future lenses can show you just how much WOTC money you are leaving on the table. Let us help you conquer WOTC this year with new tools and a fresh outlook!
Participants will learn:
- Proven best practices for maximizing your program
- Top KPIs to track, analysis and understand that drive bottom line results
- Latest technology and tools to manage and report WOTC cash flow
Meet the Speakers:
Jason Fry, Director of Product Management – Jason has over 17 years’ experience in pre-employment regulatory compliance. Currently, he is responsible for guiding the strategic direction and financial performance of the state and federal tax credits and incentives services. He also focuses on compliance and risk mitigation for workforce regulatory issues. Guiding development of Form I-9 and E-Verify product enhancements. Earlier in his career, Jason worked for the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, Georgia State University’s College of Law, the Clayton County Solicitor General’s Office and a private civil litigation law firm. Jason received his law degree from Georgia State University and is a member of the State Bar of Georgia.
Scott Shipman, Associate Vice President, Tax Credits & Incentives – Scott has thirty-one years of tax credit experience, starting with the Targeted Jobs Tax Credit (“TJTC”) in 1986. He was a principal of Shipman, Maison & Associates, a Chicago based tax credits consulting firm. During his career at Shipman Maison, Scott designed and successfully implemented a software application for the State of Illinois to process TJTC certificates more efficiently. Scott has testified before the United States Congress Ways and Means Committee twice, regarding the extension of the WOTC program, and pioneering the “eWOTC” initiative. Scott has also held WOTC positions for a Big Four public accounting firm, and other tax credit service providers. He holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Political Science from the University of Arkansas.
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