Utah Employers who employ the Homeless may be Eligible for Tax Credit


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A bill passed by the Utah House will enable Utah employers who hire homeless people to have a limited number of tax credits.

Rep. Brian King, D-Salt Lake City backed the HB140 bill, where Employers who employ the homeless could be eligible for tax credits of $2,000. The employee must be continually employed for nine months for the employer to qualify, and the employer must have paid the worker at least $4,000 in wages during that time frame.




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