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Welfare-to-Work Tax Credit

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The Welfare-to-Work Tax Credit is a federal income tax credit that encourages employers to hire long-term family assistance recipients who begin to work any time after December 31, 1997, and before January  2004. This tax credit can reduce employers' federal tax liability by as much as $8,500 per new hire. 

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