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Maryland Job Creation Tax Credit

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Maryland Job Creation Tax Credit

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General Requirements

Certain businesses that create new qualified positions in Maryland may be eligible for tax credits based on the number of qualified positions created or wages paid for these positions.

The business facility must be certified as having created at least 60 qualified positions, 30 high-paying qualified positions, or 25 qualified positions if the business facility established or expanded is in a State Priority Funding Area.

A qualified position is a full-time position which pays at least 150% of the federal minimum wage, is located in Maryland, is newly created as a result of the establishment or expansion of a business facility in a single location in the state and is filled. Qualified business entities are those certified as such by the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development. A qualified employee is an employee filling a qualified position.

This credit is not refundable and is applied only against the Maryland State income tax. To the extent the credit is earned in any year and it exceeds the State income tax, the business is entitled to an excess carryover of the credit until it is used, or the expiration of five years after the credit was earned, whichever comes first.

 


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Views: 139 Created on: Jun 15, 2013
Date updated: Sep 28, 2015
Posted in: STATES, Maryland

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