how can my company apply for the work opportunity tax credit in florida?
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read more of the P.D.F file at the wed site listed below
Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation
Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC)
User’s Guide to the
Electronic WOTC Application Process
This document is intended to provide general information about Florida’s new electronic Work
Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) application process to employers in Florida. Section 3 includes
information of interest to larger employers and their tax credit consultants who submit numerous
WOTC applications on a regular basis.
2. General Questions
2.1 What is e-WOTC?
Florida’s electronic WOTC (“e-WOTC”) application process is a paperless alternative to the
traditional WOTC application process which requires employers to mail original, signed
copies of IRS Form 8850 and 9061 and supporting documentation to their State
Workforce Agency. Florida’s new e-WOTC process eliminates the need for paper
documents to be mailed to and from the Agency for Workforce Innovation (AWI).
2.2 Is it mandatory that I use e-WOTC?
No. Employers and consultants who wish to continue using the traditional application
process may do so.
2.3 Who can use e-WOTC?
As of September 15, 2010, any business that employs workers in the State of Florida (or
any tax credit consultant that holds power of attorney for an employer) may use the eWOTC process, provided that they have requested and been approved for a website
2.4 How do I request a website account?
The website account request form is available at https://wotc.flaawi.com/profile.asp.
After completing the form you will be asked to print, sign, and return a security
agreement before your account is approved. For more information, please contact
Florida’s WOTC Coordinator, Gloria Harrison, at (850) 921-3299. Once your account is
approved, you may login to the website through the following link:
2.5 What technology is required to use e-WOTC?
In order to use the e-WOTC process you need access to the following:
A computer that is connected to the Internet
Microsoft Internet Explorer version 7 or above Web browser
Adobe Reader version 7 or above (free download)
Document scanning capability
Document printing capabilityAGENCY FOR WORKFORCE INNOVATION WORK OPPORTUNITY TAX CSource(s): www.floridajobs.org/wotc