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2023 Q2: Post-Pandemic Tradeshows, Summer Fun & Fundraiser Events, and more
2023 Q1: Got eggs? - Exploring supply chain disruptions, mission impact, and more
2022 Q4: OiTour, Club Store pack tips, and will Cobots "take over?"
2022 Q3: Coca-Cola sets sustainability goals, box automation, plus our mission expands in Beaver Dam
2022 Q2: ZenToes donation, adapting to the Ukraine crisis, and saw dust packaging
2022 Q1: "Fulfilling" your fulfillment needs, the first “Made for Recycling” badge, and Golf Outing Save the Date!
2021 Q4: Future of supply chain, our new fulfillment center, and recyclability updates
2021 Q3: Soylent promoting diversity, sustainable material incentive, wrapping and bagging
2021 Q2: Fulfillment, point of purchase displays, and packages made of seaweed
2021 Q1: Chocolate business, fair trade, & turning oranges into plastic water bottles
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Partnership Incentive Tax Credit
A tax credit is available for companies in the State of Wisconsin who contract to work with Certified Work Centers like Opportunities, Incorporated.
A tax credit is available to companies that work with Community Rehabilitation Facilities (CRP's) like Opportunities, Inc. Links to the form and instructions can be found on the Wisconsin Department of Revenue's website
Please note that the tax credit is based on only the labor dollars paid to individuals with disabilities who are working on the project. For example, if there is an 8 person assembly line and 6 of those people have disabilities, your organization can take the credit against the labor of thos 6 individuals for the year.
Keep in mind the tax credit would not include overhead, materials purchased for non-disabled labor. The last important thing to note is that the credit does not require a contract between Opportunities and the customer claiming the credit.