How does this help my organization?
How does this help my organization?
PQC works to provide employers a unique opportunity to find and retain talent for their businesses. We believe that employment gives life structure and meaning while fostering dignity and self-esteem. We work with, counsel and train high school–age youth as well as adults that have traditional employment barriers to be workforce ready. We work hand in hand with Indiana Pre-Employment Training Services (Pre-ETS) and Vocational Rehabilitation Services (VRS or VR) to help make individuals job ready. Oh, and did we mention that there are benefits for you, the employer? See below for more information on the programs.
High School Students Looking For Work
Through Pre-ETS, we offer an individualized approach to training disabled students who are still in high school. Our program provides an exploration into internships, college/trade schools, and employment with added help focusing on self-advocacy and workplace readiness skills. PQC’s goal is to give the students the additional necessary tools and skills to help them transition into their next steps after school completion/graduation.
Adults Looking For Work
PQC VR is an innovative, no-fee employment program that partners employers with motivated, hardworking employees for entry-level, skilled and professional positions. We offer an individualized approach to placement and training—from workplace readiness training and job seeking to continued on-the-job supports until the participant is self-sufficient and successful in the job. Our goal is to ensure every participant/employer match we make is successful and desirable for both the employer and the participant.
The Disabled Access Credit provides a non-refundable credit for small businesses that incur expenditures for the purpose of providing access to persons with disabilities. An eligible small business is one that earned $1 million or less or had no more than 30 full-time employees in the previous year; they may take the credit each and every year they incur access expenditures. Refer to Form 8826, Disabled Access Credit, for information about eligible expenditures.
The Architectural Barrier Removal Tax Deduction encourages businesses of any size to remove architectural and transportation barriers to the mobility of persons with disabilities and the elderly. Businesses may claim a deduction of up to $15,000 a year for qualified expenses for items that normally must be capitalized. Businesses claim the deduction by listing it as a separate expense on their income tax return. Also, businesses may use the Disabled Tax Credit and the architectural/transportation tax deduction together in the same tax year, if the expenses meet the requirements of both sections. To use both, the deduction is equal to the difference between the total expenditures and the amount of the credit claimed.
This credit provides employers with incentives to hire qualified individuals from these target groups. The maximum tax credit ranges from $1,200 to $9,600, depending on the employee hired and the length of employment. The credit is available to employers for hiring individuals from certain target groups who have consistently faced significant barriers to employment. This includes people with disabilities and veterans.
For more information on claiming this credit, check out the Work Opportunity Tax Credit page. Get the latest information about Form 5884, Work Opportunity Credit, and its instructions; and Form 8850, Pre-Screening Notice and Certification Request for the Work Opportunity Credit.
4211 Hobson Ave.
Fort Wayne, IN 46815