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Using Technology to Forecast and Capture Tax Credits

2016-01-26 13:00:00


It is crucial for companies to develop the ability to identify and capture various tax credits available. This includes looking ahead for opportune tax credits in 2016 and looking back on the previous year for credits that may have been missed. Make it your resolution in 2016 to adopt new tools, advanced technology and data analytics to help identify the myriad of tax credits related to hiring, training, investing in the economy and more. In this webinar, we will help equip you with the latest trends and best practices to help you better forecast the field of tax credits, while retroactively identifying opportunities that otherwise would have been overlooked, including the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC). Incorporating a strong foundation of technology and analytics will not only help your business pursue new tax credit opportunities, it will also help you optimize the value of each credit.

Who Should Participate

This presentation is intended for professionals involved in any way with business tax credits and incentives or year-end reporting.


  • Targeting top tax incentives, including WOTC
  • Using data analytics to your benefit
  • Applying innovative tax tools and technology
  • Identifying 2015 retroactive tax credit opportunities
  • Reviewing new tax credit opportunities in 2016

This is a free webinar hosted by and hosted by ADP. Current members of can log in to register for the webcast. Non-members will need to sign up for a FREE membership at It will only take a moment to fill in the required information. Once they have confirmation of their membership, they will be able to register for this complimentary webcast.

Additional Resources

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Business Owners: It’s Still Possible to Take Advantage of Some 2015 Tax Credits

Paul Vanhuysen headshotPaul VanHuysen
Paul VanHuysen is the director of tax at ADP Tax Credit Services. With more than 13 years in the tax credits and incentives industry, Paul specializes in applying technology to capture and calculate federal and state tax credit opportunities. Paul has designed screening, tracking and calculation processes for various federal tax credits and state-based incentive programs, including the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC), Federal Empowerment Zone and Renewal Community Credits, Gulf Opportunity Zone Credits, HIRE Act of 2010, California Enterprise Zone Tax Credit and Indian Employment Credit. Throughout his career, Paul has led tax consulting projects for more than 50 of the Fortune 500 companies. Paul holds a bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University and an MBA in economic strategy from Southern Methodist University.






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