Features - Improve Financial Performance with Business Tax Incentives - Don't overlook state and federal programs that offer tax incentives for businesses that hire employees with little or no work experience or few skills. Many companies are eligible for such programs, and they can outsource the paperwork if they don't want to bother with red tape.
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By: Weiss, Daniel A. Published: (2002)